X2 short - Malcolm X, Tradition, and Religion, Part 1...

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Malcolm X, Tradition, and Religion, Part 1 Emplotting Malcolm X *What characters and roles were available to Malcolm X? *Which of these stories or practices offered him an identity he could live with? *What did it mean for him to be a Christian, a student, a man, etc., in his time and  place? *What compromises was he faced with making if he accepted these narratives as  his own? Inheritance, Interrupted  *Economic *Educational *Familial *Religious *Institutional *Political *Linguistic *Cultural W.E.B. Du Bois (1868–1963) * The Souls of Black Folk,  1903.  http://www.bartleby.com/114/1.html   *What is it like to be a problem? *Two selves, two warring ideals in one dark body *Seeing oneself only through the eyes of another *Double-consciousness X3 long 1
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Racism creates differences  between  people and  within  people *Racism is not merely a legacy separating two peoples.  It creates two selves 
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