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This was the first time that drunk Malcolm X is A remarkable figure for whom I have a great deal of admiration and respect His philosophies and leadership have been greatly influential towards transforming a nation and helped to ameliorate the status for African American in the United States His personal history is fascinating from his humble but solid roots through his troubled youth including his years in prison through his ability to raise his self-esteem as well as transform from a hustler to a great man with much to offer the world Each stage of development reflects what many of his African American counter parts had suffered from and had to endure His intelligence and prognoses as a leader helped him understand the roots of injustice and how to fight for a better place in the world He identified the racism that whites people inflicted on people of color and sought for a world of equality and peace Although his ideas were controversial and his demise a result of political betrayal his commitment toward building a better world has been an inspiration Malcolm was born in Omaha Nebraska on 51925 in May His family name was little although Malcolms father Earl was far from little He was a tall heavyset and dark man capable of working with his hands as well as his mind In Reynolds Georgia there were few opportunities for black men Mr Little helped African Americans everywhere to reach their full potential by preaching to them about their self with positive aspect He meets Louise Norton in Canada while traveling and married her in 1919 Mr Little died in prematurely in 1931 when he was accidentally run over by a car His death left an impression on his childrens well as many African Americans in Nebraska Michigan Wisconsin and Indiana laces where he had taught and served black people
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