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Malcolm X

Through the work of Malcolm X, many Black-American were converted to Islam. The Nation of Islam grew tremendously, assuming a great deal of leadership with millions of them looking at the nation with respect. For this we can see how important Malcolm was in revolutionizing Islam.

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Malcolm X Though long after his death, Malcolm X is among the most important figures in African-American society and in American political and social history (Lincoln, 1973). He was the spokesperson for empowerment of the Black and fought for justice and humanity of African-American people. In this essay I am going to discuss the life and true historical legacy of Malcolm X/ El-Hajj Malik El-Shabbazz and his major ideas in fighting against racism, exploitation and oppression of the Blacks. I will also look at the way he revolutionized Islam among the black society. Haley et al (2001) assert that Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Neb. He was the seventh born in a family of eleven children. His family moved to Lansing, Mich where they were harassed by whites. At the age of only 6, his ...

... replace the irresponsible traditional of Negro leadership for without this, no meaningful conceptualizations could reach the masses.
To some sum up, it is evident through the discussion that the ultimate priority of El-Hajj Malik El-Shabbazz was establishing Al-Islam in the West. His second and another important priority was to liberate his people, the African-American from oppression. Truly Malcolm X was a great leader with major ideas in fighting against racism, exploitation and oppression of the Blacks. He also revolutionized Islam among the Black society.
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