The legacy of Malcolm X

Lord, Lewis; Thornton, Jeannye
November 1992
U.S. News & World Report;11/23/92, Vol. 113 Issue 20, p76
Overviews the legacy of black leader Malcolm X. He called himself `the angriest Negro in America'; The premiere of Spike Lee's film `Malcolm X'; How movie will shape and reshape the way millions of people view Malcolm X; The message he conveyed;The color line; More. INSET: Malcolm the child; Malcolm the hustler.;Malcolm the convert....


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