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M A L C O M X MARIA FAURA PARDO

MALCOM X

M A L C O M X MARIA FAURA PARDO

MARIA FAURA PARDO

M A L C O M X MARIA FAURA PARDO

Introduction

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First a clarification

Introduction 2 ● First a clarification ● Malcolm Little

Malcolm Little

Introduction

Why is he interesting? Why did I choose him?

Introduction Why is he interesting ? Why did I choose him ? 3 MINISTER OF THE
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MINISTER OF THE NATION OF ISLAM

Introduction Why is he interesting ? Why did I choose him ? 3 MINISTER OF THE
Early life 4

Early life

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Early life 4
Early life 4

Early life

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“Detroit Red”
“Detroit Red”
Early life 5 “Detroit Red” (Key event)

(Key event)

Early life 5 “Detroit Red” (Key event)
Who influenced him? 6 Elijah Muhammad
Who influenced him?
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Elijah Muhammad
 
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The beliefs of the Nation of Islam included the following:

Key concept

1.

Members had to be non-whites (whites were

What does Nation of Islam believe

the enemy)Membership was encouraged no

matter what your social status or level of sin

 
  2. That whites were attacking blacks physically

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That whites were attacking blacks physically

and psychologically

Islam promoted:

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That whites wanted to keep blacks in an

inferior position

 

Blacks to become

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That blacks would be kept financially

1.

educated

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The rights of

inferior by depending on whites for income

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That whites were undermining black self

assurance

blacks to defend themselves

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That whites encouraged blacks to hate

3.

development of the

Economic

themselves by depriving them of knowledge of

their own history

black community

List major Accomplishments

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1953

In December 1953, a little more than a year after he was paroled from prison, Malcolm was named the minister at the NOI’s Boston mosque, Temple No. 11. The following year he also became the minister at Temple No. 12 (Philadelphia) and Temple No. 7 (New York).

1957

Muhammad Speaks, the NOI newspaper, was founded by Malcolm in 1957.

1960

Beginning in the 1960s, Malcolm was invited to participate in numerous debates, including forums on radio stations (Los Angeles, New York, Washington), television programs (“Open Mind,” “The Mike Wallace News Program”) and universities (Harvard Law School, Howard University, Columbia University).

1963

In 1963, the New York Times reported that Malcolm X was the second most sought after speaker in the United States. On June 29, 1963 Malcolm lead the Unity Rally in Harlem. It was one of the nations largest civil rights events.

1964

After befriending and ministering to boxer Cassius Clay, the boxer decides to convert to the Muslim religion and join the Nation of Islam. In February 1964, Clay announces he has changed his name to Muhammad Ali. In March 1964, after his split with the NOI, Malcolm forms the Muslim Mosque, Inc. Several months later, he also organizes the Organizations of Afro-American Unity (OAAU).

1965

Malcolm’s autobiography, which he worked on for two years with writer Alex Haley, was published in November 1965.

HISTORICAL IMPACT

● HISTORICAL IMPACT “Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts

“Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery”.

—>He felt that just because Black people were different, didn’t mean that they should just lay down and take the abuse from white people. He felt that black people shouldn’t conform to the ways of white people. They shouldn’t change their appearance, they should embrace who they are.

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SEPARATION OF THE NATION OF ISLAM "The Chickens Come Home To Roost,"
SEPARATION OF THE
NATION OF ISLAM
"The Chickens
Come Home To
Roost,"
OF ISLAM "The Chickens Come Home To Roost," "The true brotherhood I had seen had influenced

"The true brotherhood I had seen had influenced me to recognize that anger can blind human vision," he said. "America is the first country that can actually have a bloodless revolution."

CONCLUTION

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