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The Autobiography Of Malcolm X As told by Alex Haley Malcolm X was an American hero As the declaration of independence states All men are created equal This statement was the foundation of the civil right movements of the 1960s Malcolm X is a man that promoted a society in which all human beings were equally respected He believed that blacks should achieve that goal using any means necessary In a time when blacks were not allowed to sit in the front of the bus use the same bathrooms and not admitted to Universities Malcolm Xs cry of justice was believed to be the voice of all blacks behind closed doors Malcolm X was by all reasonable standards an extremist Yet his unyielding desire for equality drove him to the top of the civil rights scene and forever changed the lives of millions Malcolm was a byproduct of a time period and a difficult childhood Earl Little Malcolms father was a supporter of Marcus Garvey Marcus Garvey urged Black Americans to return to their original and rightful homes Africa Earl little was murdered at the hands of the black legion when Malcolm was only 6 years old His father was a major reason for the fiery anger apparent in Malcolm X A second reason is his mother The tension placed upon her by welfare feeding eight hungry children and threats for the KKK proved too much for her She was sent to a mental institution and Malcolm was sent away to a reform school by the welfare department While he attended this reform school he earned great grades and was at the top of his class One day one of his favorite teachers asked the students what they wanted to be When Malcolm answered that he wished to be a lawyer to the teacher the teacher recommended that he be reasonable He told Malcolm that a Negro didnt have a chance at becoming a
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