Malcolm X

Lobb, Nancy
January 2007
16 Extraordinary African Americans, 2nd Edition;2007, p69
Book Chapter
A section from the book "16 Extraordinary African Americans," 2nd edition is presented. It profiles African American militant leader Malcom X. It offers a look at his family background, growing up in Omaha, Nebraska in 1925 witnessing crimes committed by the Ku Klux Klan. It explores the impact his experience of racism has had on his involvement in criminal activities and the U.S. civil rights movement.


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