that New York City was in the north and therefore never pro-slavery. Urbana, Ill.: University stalin And The JAC of Illinois Press. 102 His speeches had a powerful effect on his audiences, who were generally African Americans in northern and western cities. Independent Race and Refugee News Network.
Malcolm X believed and preached what the Nation of Islam believed and preached: that black people were the original inhabitants of the. Malcolm X referred to white people as devils and he rejected integration in favour of segregation. Jenkins and Mafanya Donald Tryman, The Malcolm X Encyclopedia (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2002 Eugene. believe that the white man is intelligent enoughif he were made to realize how black people really feel and how fed up we are, without.
75 76 On April 26, Johnson and two other passersbyalso Nation of Islam memberssaw the officers beating an African-American man with nightsticks. His father was a Baptist minister who had been influenced by Marcus Garvey who believed in separatism comical Side of Scoop and this was inculcated into Malcolm X in his youth. Malcolm X Speaks: Selected Speeches and Statements. 237 Many of those speeches, especially from the last year of his life, were recorded and have been published. Nation of Islam (NOI changing his birth name, malcolm Little to Malcolm X because, he later wrote, Little was the name that "the white slavemaster.