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         X Malcolm:     more books (101)
  1. The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley, Malcolm X, 1998-06-30
  2. The Autobiography of Malcolm X (Penguin Modern Classics) by Malcolm X, Alex Haley, 2001-03-01
  3. Malcolm X Speaks: Selected Speeches and Statements by Malcolm X, 1994-01-11
  4. By Any Means Necessary (Malcolm X speeches & writings) by Malcolm X, 1992-09-01
  5. Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary by Walter Dean Myers, 1994-02-01
  6. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and the Civil Rights Struggle of the 1950s and 1960s: A Brief History with Documents (The Bedford Series in History and Culture) by David Howard-Pitney, 2004-02-20
  7. Malcolm X: A Graphic Biography
  8. Autobiography of Malcolm X (Cliffs Notes) by Ray Shepard, 1973-12-18
  9. Malcolm X: Make It Plain by William Strickland, Malcolm X Documentary Production Team, 1995-02-01
  10. Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention by Manning Marable, 2011-03-08
  11. From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcom X and the Organization of Afro-America Unity by William W. SalesJr., 1999-07-01
  12. Malcolm X on Afro-American History (Malcolm X speeches & writings) by Malcolm X, 1990-06-01
  13. Malcolm X: Speeches at Harvard by Malcolm X, 1991-11
  14. The Malcolm X Encyclopedia by Robert L. Jenkins, Mfanya D. Tryman, 2002-02-28

1. Elke Moritz: Malcolm X
Malcolm X. NOTES Sept. Malcolm X Books A complete list of all books on Malcolm X that I have in my collection. Comments and ISBNcodes are included.

Elke Moritz
Malcolm X
  • Sept. 2001 - February 2002: I'm currently in the US, doing research in Computer Graphics at Mississippi State University.
  • March 16 - March 25, 1999: I visited New York City and took a lot of photos of sites related to Malcolm X. Among them are the Masjid El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X Avenue and 116th Street), corner of Malcolm X Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the Audubon Ballroom, and Malcolm's and Betty's grave at the Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, NY
  • Lots of material displayed on this site has been copied by others for use on their sites without my approval! I strongly disapprove of this! I have invested lots of time and work. If you want to use material displayed on this site, please contact me first!
  • Thanks to all who have left feedback. Special thanks to those who have provided additional material or who have continued to motivate me.
Since hearing the name "Malcolm X" for the first time around 1988 in a rap song, I have been interested in him, his life and the changes he went through. Like Betty Shabazz, his wife, once said in J.H. Clark "Malcolm X - The man and his time", people who start to get interested in Malcolm soon get very possessive of him...
I can't help myself, but I can't go to a library without searching for information on Malcolm. Like many people, his autobiography fascinated me and made me gather more and more information.

2. Malcolm X
Malcolm X An Islamic Perspective. adapted from the pamphlet Malcolm X Why I Embraced Islam by Yusuf Siddiqui. Quotes taken from The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley. Malcolm X Timeline. May 19, 1925 -
Malcolm X - An Islamic Perspective
adapted from the pamphlet Malcolm X: Why I Embraced Islam by Yusuf Siddiqui. Quotes taken from The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley.
Malcolm X Timeline
May 19, 1925 - Born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska - Drops out of school at age 15 - Convicted of burglary and sent to prison - Studies the Nation of Islam - Leaves prison, dedicates himself to Nation of Islam, changes name to Malcolm X Jan. 14, 1958 - Marries Betty X Dec. 4, 1963 - Suspended from the Nation of Islam March 1964 - Leaves Nation of Islam, starts the Muslim Mosque, Inc. Apr. 22, 1964 - Makes his Hajj and becomes El-Hajj Malik al-Shabazz Jun. 28, 1964 - Forms the Organization of Afro-American Unity Jul. 17, 1964 - Speaks at the Organization of African Unity in Cairo Aug. 13, 1964 - U.S. State and Justice Departments take notice of his influence on African leaders at the U.N. Feb 21, 1965

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alcolm X College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, is a comprehensive community college since 11/30/2003. Malcolm X College. One of the City Colleges of Chicago

4. Malcolm X - Malcolm X O Della Cultura Africana Americana - Malcolm X And African
Malcolm X, la sua biografia, la sua eredit  spirituale e la cultura afroamericana sito bilingue italiano/inglese.
"Il desiderio di parlargli ti fa anelare la morte"
(Anonimo) entra english version Questo sito web è dedicato a Malcolm X e al mondo Africano Americano. Sicuramente si tratta del primo sito italiano dedicato esclusivamente a Malcolm X e alla Cultura Afroamericana.
All'interno di troverete una modesta bio che si esaurirà nella parte dedicata all' eredità lasciata dal Nostro. Parole è la sezione che contiene il lascito ideologico del leader Afroamericano, mentre nei contributi saranno inseriti gli scritti interessanti sugli argomenti trattati nel sito. Poi c'è una sezione " directory " con tanti link su Malcolm X e su vari aspetti dell'universo Black African American. Un'altra, quella delle foto , contiene le immagini della vita di Malcolm X , in tutte le sue sfaccettature.

5. Malcolm X
Malcolm X Filmography, Awards, Biography, Agent, Discussions, Photos, News Articles, Fan Sites Mini biography. Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska (show more) A E Biography Malcolm X - A Search for Identity (1995) (TV), Malcolm

6. The Official Web Site Of Malcolm X
Malcolm X in unprecedented collection of AfricanAmerican writings The legacy of Malcolm X has moved through generations as the subject of numerous
Malcolm X in unprecedented collection of African-American writings
The legacy of Malcolm X has moved through generations as the subject of numerous documentaries, books and movies. This spring, several of Malcolm X’s writings and speeches were released in a new CD-ROM collection published by the Alexander Street Press.

The Official Web Site of Malcolm X has everything you want to know about this historical figure. Read his biography and read inspirational quotes from this talented speaker. Browse the photo gallery for pictures of Malcolm X throughout his life! Click here for more!

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7. FBI - Freedom Of Information Act - Malcolm X
Malcolm X 4065 pages. Malcolm X was the Minister of the Nation of Islam until March 1964 when he left this group and formed the Muslim Mosque, Inc.
Malcolm X
4065 pages Malcolm X was the Minister of the Nation of Islam until March 1964 when he left this group and formed the Muslim Mosque, Inc. and the Organization of Afro-American Unity. Malcolm X was assassinated in 1965 while delivering a speech in New York City. Norman Butler, Thomas Johnson, and Talmage Hayer were convicted of his murder and sentenced to life in prison. The FBI investigated the groups that Malcolm X was affiliated with due to allegations of communist influence. Part 01 Part 02 Part 3a Part 3b ... FOIA Homepage

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Browse for subject " X Malcolm " matched 311 titles. Sometimes it pays off to expand your search to view all available copies of books matching your search terms. Page of 13 sort results by Top Selling Title Author Used Price New Price Autobiography of Malcolm X more books like this by Malcolm X The autobiography, narrated to Alex Haley, of the leader of the Nation of Islam, from his early years as a petty criminal and his conversion in jail, to his eventual rise to prominence as spokesman and rival of Elijah Mohammed. buy used: from buy new: from Chronicles of wasted time more books like this by Muggeridge, Malcolm buy used: from Malcolm X: By Any Means Necessary more books like this by Myers, Walter Dean

9. Malcolm X - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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10. Autobiography Of Malcolm X Malcolm X Textbooks & Books Price Comparison - Direct
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Malcolm X Speaks: Selected Speeches and Statements
Paperback - Show all editions Malcolm X George Breitman , April, 1990 Grove Press List Price: $13.00 Customer Rating: 4.6/5 ISBN: 0802132138 Malcolm X's (aka Malcolm Little's) "The Autobiography of Malcolm X": A Study Guide from Gale's "Nonfiction Classics for Students" Digital - Show all editions , 23 July, 2002 The Gale Group List Price: $3.95 ISBN: B00006G3GP Autobiography of Malcolm X Paperback - Show all editions Malcolm X , 15 January, 1992 Ballantine Books List Price: $15.00 Customer Rating: 4.71/5 ISBN: 0345376714 Malcolm X: The Last Speeches Paperback - Show all editions Malcolm X Bruce Perry Malcolm X , August, 1989 Pathfinder Press List Price: $16.95 Customer Rating: 5/5

11. Malcolm X
Malcolm X, Malcolm X was shot dead at a party meeting in Harlem on 21st February, 1965. Three Black Muslims were later convicted of the murder.
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Malcolm Little, the son of an African American Baptist preacher, Earl Little, was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on 19th May, 1925. Malcolm's mother, Louise Little, was born in the West Indies. Her mother was black but her father was a white man.
Earl Little was a member of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) and a supporter of Marcus Garvey . This got him into trouble with the Ku Klux Klan and after the family were threatened they moved to Lansing, Michigan. Little continued to make speeches in favour of UNIA and in 1929 the family house was burned down by members of the Black Legion.
In 1931 Little was found dead by a streetcar railway track. Although no one was convicted of the crime it was generally believed that Little had been murdered by the Black Legionnaires. Malcolm's mother never recovered from her husband's death and in 1937 was sent to the State Mental Hospital at Kalamazoo, where she stayed for the next twenty-six years.

12. Malcolm X : A Research Site
Scholarly research on malcolm X, his life and activities. February The Ballot or the Bullet. May Omaha malcolm X Festival Video. September New York Symposium.



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November 10, 1963 DETROIT The Speech (part 1) Part 2 The Text Study Guide April 2004 DETROIT Conference Call Study Guide Black Detroit 2004 Update Calendar February: The Ballot or the Bullet May: Omaha Malcolm X Festival Video September: New York Symposium Our greatest challenge is to follow Malcolm X's method of critical independent thinking. CREDITS © 1999-2003 TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY BOOKS

MALCOLM X. Date of publication 11/18/1992. Defies expectations Walking into Malcolm X, I expected an angrier film than Spike Lee has made.
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Date of publication: 11/18/1992 For cast, rating and other information, (click here) By Roger Ebert
Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" is one of the great screen biographies, celebrating the whole sweep of an American life that began in sorrow and bottomed out on the streets and in prison before its hero reinvented himself. Watching the film, I understood more clearly how we do have the power to change our own lives, how fate doesn't deal all of the cards. The film is inspirational and educational - and it is also entertaining, as movies must be before they can be anything else.
Its hero was born Malcolm Little. His father was a minister who preached the beliefs of Marcus Garvey, the African-American leader who taught that white America would never accept black people and that their best hope lay in returning to Africa. Years later, Malcolm would also become a minister and teach a variation on this theme, but first he had to go through a series of identities and conversions and hard lessons of life. Victimized by violence
His father was murdered, probably by the Klan, which had earlier burned down the family house. His mother was unable to support her children, and Malcolm was parceled out to a foster home. He was the brightest student in his classes but was steered away from ambitious career choices by white teachers who told him that, as a Negro, he should look for something where he could "work with his hands." One of his early jobs was as a Pullman porter, and then, in Harlem, he became a numbers runner and small-time gangster.

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Malcolm X. VOICE OF MALCOLM X When my mother was pregnant with me, she told me later, a party of Klansmen on horseback surrounded our house in Omaha. 10A ANGLE.

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Malcolm X. Malcolm X. A comprehensive documentary about the great leader. 1972 90 min. $39.95. Malcolm X Make It Plain. Narrated
Malcolm X Malcolm X A comprehensive documentary about the great leader. 1972 90 min. $39.95 Malcolm X: Make It Plain Narrated by Alfre Woodard, Malcolm X: Make It Plain is an in depth film portrait about one of this century's most complex figures. His story is told through the memories of people who had close personal and working relationships with him. 1995 136 min. $ 34.95 Malcolm X Spike Lee's film traces Malcolm X's incredible odyssey: from Harlem street hustler and prison inmate; to a militant Muslim convert; to self made world leader, who before his mysterious assassination in 1965 found himself increasingly at odds with the philosophies of his former Muslim colleagues. 1992 201 min. $ 29.95 Brother Minister Investigates the conspiracy surrounding the death of Malcolm X, probes the innocence of two of the convicted assassins, reveals the true identities of the killers, examines the FBI and NYPD clandestine roles in the assassination. 1994 115 min. $ 32.95 To order: Return to Homepage:

17. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project Encyclopedia: Malcolm X
MALCOLM X. Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik ElShabazz) (1925-1965). In the late 1950s and 1960s, while Martin Luther King, Jr. To Malcolm X from Maude L. Ballou.
Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz) (1925-1965)
In the late 1950s and 1960s, while Martin Luther King, Jr. rose to national prominence professing nonviolent direct action and interracial organizing, Malcolm X became a leader in the Nation of Islam advocating armed self-defense and the rejection of white allies. Upon leaving the Nation of Islam in 1964, however, Malcolm's ideology shifted to a unified, coalition-oriented struggle for black advancement. While King and Malcolm continued to be at odds over the role of nonviolence in the movement, Malcolm met with other civil rights organizations in the South and repeatedly tried to work with King. Although King and Malcolm X never worked together, Malcolm's ideology directly influenced the southern civil rights movement after his 1965 death with the emergence of Black Power. Malcolm was born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska on 19 May 1925. Both his parents were activists in the Universal Negro Improvement Association established by Marcus Garvey. His father, a Georgia-born itinerant Baptist preacher, encountered considerable racial harassment because of his black nationalist views. He moved the family several times before settling in East Lansing, Michigan, where Malcolm spent his childhood. In 1931 Malcolm's father was run over by a streetcar and died. Police concluded that the death was accidental, but Malcolm suspected that he had been murdered by a local white supremacist group. In January 1939, when Malcolm was thirteen, his mother was declared legally insane and committed to a Michigan mental asylum. Malcolm spent the rest of his childhood in foster homes and reform schools.

18. Gale - Free Resources - Black History Month - Biographies - Malcolm X
Black nationalist who advocated selfhelp, self-defense, and education. Assassinated in 1965.
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Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz )
Black Nationalist Malcolm X was one of the most fiery and controversial people of the 20th century. Alex Haley , Malcolm asserted that his father may have been killed by members of the Ku Klux Klan. His mother, stricken by the death of her husband and the demands of providing for the family, was committed to a mental institution. Leaving school after the eighth grade, Malcolm made his way to New York, working for a time as a waiter at Smalls Paradise in Harlem. Malcolm began selling and using drugs, turned to burglary, and, in 1946, was sentenced to a ten-year prison term on burglary charges. While in prison Malcolm became acquainted with the Black Muslim sect, headed by Elijah Muhammad , and was quickly converted. Following his parole in 1952, he soon became an outspoken defender of Muslim doctrines, accepting the basic argument that evil was an inherent characteristic of the "white man's Christian world." Unlike Muhammad, Malcolm sought publicity, making provocative and inflammatory statements to predominantly white civic groups and college campus audiences. Branding white people "devils," he spoke bitterly of a philosophy of vengeance and "an eye for an eye." When, in 1963, he characterized the Kennedy assassination as a case of "chickens coming home to roost," he was suspended from the Black Muslim movement by Elijah Muhammad.

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