The Autobiography of Malcolm X



The Autobiography of Malcolm X Through A Life Of Passion And Struggle, Malcolm X Became One Of The Most Influential Figures Of The 20th Century In This Riveting Account, He Tells Of His Journey From A Prison Cell To Mecca, Describing His Transition From Hoodlum To Muslim Minister Here, The Man Who Called Himself The Angriest Black Man In America Relates How His Conversion To True Islam Helped Him Confront His Rage And Recognize The Brotherhood Of All Mankind An Established Classic Of Modern America, The Autobiography Of Malcolm X Was Hailed By The New York Times As Extraordinary A Brilliant, Painful, Important Book Still Extraordinary, Still Important, This Electrifying Story Has Transformed Malcom X S Life Into His Legacy The Strength Of His Words, The Power Of His Ideas Continue To Resonate Than A Generation After They First Appeared.

Malcolm X born Malcolm Little , also known as El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, was an American Black Muslim minister and a spokesman for the Nation of Islam.After leaving the Nation of Islam in 1964, he made the pilgrimage, the Hajj, to Mecca and became a Sunni Muslim He also founded the Muslim Mosque, Inc and the Organization of Afro American Unity Less than a year later, he was assassinated in Wash Malcolm X born Malcolm Little , also known as El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, was an American Black Muslim minister and a spokesman for the Nation of Islam.After leaving the Nation of Islam in 1964, he made the pilgrimage, the Hajj, to Mecca and became a Sunni Muslim He also founded the Muslim Mosque, Inc and the Organization of Afro American Unity Less than a year later, he was assassinated in Washington Heights on the first day of National Brotherhood Week.Historian Robin D.G Kelley wrote, Malcolm X has been called many things Pan Africanist, father of Black Power, religious fanatic, closet conservative, incipient socialist, and a menace to society The meaning of his public life his politics and ideology is contested in part because his entire body of work consists of a few dozen speeches and a collaborative autobiography whose veracity is challenged Malcolm has become a sort of tabula rasa, or blank slate, on which people of different positions can write their own interpretations of his politics and legacy

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  • 27 September 2018

10 thoughts on “The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  1. Rowena says:

    I ve had enough of someone else s propaganda I m for truth, no matter who tells it I m for justice, no matter who it is for or against I m a human being first and foremost, and as such I m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole Malcolm XIn High School my history syllabus covered just a few pages on African American civil rights heroes The majority of those pages were on Rosa Parks and Dr Martin Luther King, Malcolm X was barely mentioned After reading this book I was I ve had enough of someone else s propaganda I m for truth, no matter who tells it I m for justice, no matter who it is for or against I m a human being first and foremost, and as such I m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole Malcolm XIn High School my history syllabus covered just a few pages on African American civil rights heroes The majority of those pages were on Rosa Parks and Dr Martin Luther King, Malcolm X was barely mentioned After reading this book I was perplexed I wonder why Malcolm X hasn t been given the same respect as Dr King he contributed so much to the civil rights movement as well, yet my knowledge on this man was very minimal.How did Malcolm L...

  2. Isaac says:

    This book counts for a lot Cornel West says that one of the deepest fears for black America is that Malcolm X was fundamentally right, that the political system here is incapable of being changed through traditional means in order to serve the black community what they are due What are they due asks the conservative A share in the incredible wealth of the country that they have labored to build for hundreds of years, often against their own will, answers the REALIST self actualization This book counts for a lot Cornel West says that one of the deepest fears for black America is that Malcolm X was fundamentally right, that the political system here is incapable of being changed through traditional means in order to serve the black community what they are due What ...

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  4. Bookdragon Sean says:

    The voice of Malcolm X was powerful, unbridled and simply heroic He is one of the most quotable men of the twentieth centuryIn fact, once he is motivated no one can changecompletely than the man who has been at the bottom I call myself the best example of that It is only after slavery and prison that the sweetest appreciation of freedom can come I believe in recognizing every human being as a human being neither white, black, brown, or red and when you are dealing with humanity The voice of Malcolm X was powerful, unbridled and simply heroic He is one of the most quotable men of the twentieth centuryIn fact, once he is motivated no one can changecompletely than the man who has been at the bottom I call myself the best example of that It is only after slavery and prison that the sweetest appreciation of freedom can come I believe in recognizing every human being as a human being neither white, black, brown, or red and when you are...

  5. Wes Morgan says:

    This is the life story of Malcolm Little, later Malcolm X, later El Hajj Malik El Shabazz As are most white people in this country, I was led to believe that Malcolm X was just an angry, militant racist who wanted to kill white people in the same way that angry, militant racists in the South want to kill black people Nothing could be further from the truth.This book,than any other I ve read, opened my eyes to see how the innate racism in our country works and affects the people it is mos This is the life story of Malcolm Little, later Malcolm X, later El Hajj Malik El Shabazz As are most white people in this country, I was led to believe that Malcolm X was just an angry, militant racist who wanted to kill white people in the same way that angry, militant racists in the South want to kill black people Nothing could be further from the truth.This book,than any other I ve read, opened my eyes to see how the innate racism in our country works and affects the people it is most sharply targeted at African Americans It s one thing to understand that it exists amazing that this is sti...

  6. Carol. says:

    I ve had enough of someone else s propaganda, I had written to these friends I m for truth, no matter who tells it I m for justice, the matter who it is for or against I m a human being first and foremost, and as such I m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole Undoubtedly one of the most filling books I ve read all year.It starts simply, with solid, familiar flavors, something like a brandy old fashioned complete with fruit decorations, and a little bowl of candied pecans I ve had enough of someone else s propaganda, I had written to these friends I m for truth, no matter who tells it I m for justice, the matter who it is for or against I m a human being first and foremost, and as such I m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole Undoubtedly one of the most filling books I ve read all year.It starts simply, with solid, familiar flavors, something like a brandy old fashioned complete with fruit decorations, and a little bowl of candied pecans Malcolm X begins by setting the scene of his parents, and his birth on May 19, 1925 It is one of the shortest sections, noting his father s work as a traveling Baptist minister and his mother s work making a home His memories are informed by skin color, recalling his West Indian mother s pale skin from her absent father an...

  7. Aubrey says:

    If Malcolm X were not a Negro, his autobiography would be littlethan a journal of abnormal psychology, the story of a burglar, dope pusher, addict and jailbird with a family history of insanity who acquires messianic delusions and sets forth to preach an upside down religion of brotherly hatred Saturday Evening Post, Sept 12, 1965 Sensationalist, yes Reminiscent of certain responses to Twelve Years a Slave winning multiple Academy Awards at this year s Oscars, and this is nearly fiIf Malcolm X were not a Negro, his autobiography would be littlethan a journal of abnormal psychology, the story of a burglar, dope pusher, addict and jailbird with a family history of insanity who acquires messianic delusions and sets forth to preach an upside down religion of brotherly hatred Saturday Evening Post, Sept 12, 1965 Sensationalist, yes Reminiscent of certain responses to Twelve Years a Slave winning multiple Academy Awards at this year s Oscars, and this is nearly fifty years on Within these pages, Malcolm X spoke of a ho...

  8. طَيْف says:

    1965

  9. Hasham Rasool says:

    I love this book Alhamdulillah I think The Autobiography of Malcolm X is one of the important non fiction books Everyone This book is a must read I need to tell people who haven t taught by Islam Elijah Muhammad was not the Messenger of Allah because Allah said there is no Prophet will come after Prophet Muhammad SAW Prophet Muhammad SAW was the last Messenger of Allah Elijah might told them that he was the Messenger of Allah, he might have even believed that he was or he might have kno I love this book Alhamdulillah I think The Autobiography of Malcolm X is one of the important non fiction books Everyone This book is a must read I need to tell people who haven t taught by Islam Elijah Muhammad was not the Messenger of Allah because Allah said there is no Prophet will come after Prophet Muhammad SAW Prophet Muhammad SAW was the last Messenger of Allah Elijah might told them that he was the Messenger of Allah, he might have even believed that he was or he might have know that he wasn t we don t know but he told people that he was the Messenger of Allah and they believed him Islam completed transform Malcolm X s life Alhamdulillah.It is a very emotional book If Malcolm X hadn t been assassinated then he would make a huge difference for Muslim people and Black people but it was his destiny.I have seen Malcolm X fi...

  10. Chris says:

    I m in such awe of this book and the man behind it that I don t think I can really give it a fair review I came late to Malcolm X I didn t pick up his autobiography until I was twenty five, during my third year teaching in the Bronx He manages to so clearly articulate the injustice and anger that results from racism in America, and at the same time is unflinchingly honest regard his own life and his own failings Following the progression of his thought and philosophy changed the way I thoug I m in such awe of this book and the man behind it that I don t think I can really give it a fair review I came late to Malcolm X I didn t pick up his autobiography until I was twenty five, during my third year teaching in the Bronx He manages to so clearly articulate the injustice and anger that results from...

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