Malcolm X

Malcolm X

A Revolutionary Voice

Book - 2008
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What is looked upon as an American dream for white people has long been an American nightmare for black people. Experience of that nightmare transformed Malcolm X into one of the most rousing Black Nationalist leaders. Beatrice Gormley captures Malcolm X's life: his youth as a petty criminal; jailhouse conversion to the Nation of Islam; marriage to Betty Shabazz; embrace of traditional Islam; and assassination.
Publisher: New York, NY : Sterling Pub. Co., c2008
ISBN: 9781402758010
1402758014
9781402745898
1402745893
Branch Call Number: Ju B X

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