Malcolm X for beginners

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Writers and Readers, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 186 pages
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Since his assassination 27 years ago, Malcolm X's legacy as one of the greatest African-American leaders has survived. In time for the release of Spike Lee's long-awaited movie biography this fall, Bernard Aquina Doctor provides insight into Malcolm X's life and work for people unfamiliar with the range and depth of his ideas. Illustrated.

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Review: Malcolm X for Beginners (For Beginners)

User Review  - Nativeabuse - Goodreads

Taught me a lot about Malcolm X that I didn't already know, but slightly turned me off to him. Also this is probably one of the worst books in the For Beginners series in terms of quality. It felt ... Read full review

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User Review  - Halfino Berry - Goodreads

simple yet strong description of Malcolm X. Wish more variation on the pictures. Read full review

Contents

Separation from the NOI A leader on his own
122
The Final Days
172
Bibliography and Acknowledgements 135
185
Copyright

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