Malcolm X for Beginners
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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