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On May 19 1925 one the most influential activist was born Malcolmlittle he better known as Malcolm X he stayed with his mother andfather and seven sibling In Omaha Nebraska Mrs little was a homemaker making sureeverything at the house was in order While Mr little was a BaptistPreacher he also was an activity member of The Negro ImprovementAssociation Malcolm family was getting threats from the Ku Klux Klanbecause of what his father teaches so his familymoved to Lansing Michigan for a better life Mr little thought lifewould be better but the terror of the KKK Klux Klan got worst thepeople in Lansing not support the preaching of In 1931 his father wasfound dead on the streetcar tracks come home He was murdered by theKKK but it was said to be a suicide After the death of Mr little Malcolms mother was denied the benefit of her husband life insurance so she couldnt provide for him and his other silibings so they weretaking away and placed in foster care She then went into in a deepbreakdown and was committed into a crazy house she never recovered Helater attended West Junior High School where he was the only AfricanAmerican student he feel like the students at the school treated himlike an animal instead someone apart of their school Being number onein academic didnt really change anything but feeling express by histeacher did He one day told his English teacher who he looked up tothat he wanted to be a lawyer his dreams was put down His teacher toldhim that one of lifes first needs for a realisticyou need tothink of something you can be Why dont you plan on carpentrysaying something like that to a boy who was fragile as Malcolm it madeit easy to believed that it cant happen so at the age of 15 he droppedout of
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