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5 min speech outline - b Malcolm X was a person who had a...

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Quinton Boughton Outline Specific Purpose: To enlighten the audience about the Malcolm X that few people know. Central idea: To inform about the life and times of Malcolm X.  Intro I. By any means necessary II. Malcolm Little, El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, Malcolm X III. This is a man known by many different names, but who is known for his  significant impact on the Civil Rights Movement. IV. I have studied Malcolm X quite a bit and am pretty familiar with his works and  doings Body I. Malcolm Little a. Born May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska to Earl Little and Louise Helen.  b. 7 th  of 11 children, having 3 step and 8 full siblings. c. From the beginning, Malcolm Little was faced with many hard times. II. Malcolm X a. He made this change because the ‘X’ was meant to symbolize the  rejection of “slave names.”
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Unformatted text preview: b. Malcolm X was a person who had a goal of further expanding the Nation of Islam. c. Malcolm married a woman by the name of Betty Sanders. d. He was suspended from ministry and “silenced” by Elijah Muhammad. e. The Hajj to Mecca III. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz a. He was transformed; having made the hajj, he became El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. b. El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz was a man who was more concerned with the equal treatment of African Americans and the civil rights movement. c. He traveled throughout the world promoting unity, human rights and self-determination. d. Unfortunately, tensions increased between him and the Nation of Islam. Conclusion I. On February 21, 1965 he was assassinated. II. His legacy lives on....
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