Lectures from Mr. Malik Shabaaz also known as Malcolm X.
<span style="color:blue"><span style="font-size:1.17em"><span style="font-family:'Arial';"><span style="font-family:'Impact';">African-American activist and leader, philosopher and author. As an activist and black leader, he advocated black pride, economic self-reliance and human civil rights. Born Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska, to Earl Little and Louise Norton Little. His father was a Baptist lay preacher and supporter of Marcus Garvey, and was believed killed by the Black Legion, a white supremacist group in Lansing, Michigan, in 1931. When his mother was declared insane in 1939, the family was broken up and the children sent to various foster homes. Malcolm was recognized early for his intelligence, and later moved to Boston, to live with his older half-sister, Ella Little Collins. He found work as a shoeshiner at the Lindy Hop nightclub, and soon moved to New York City, where he became... </span></span></span></span>