malcolm x nterview

malcolm x nterview - Aaron Olexa Professor Carl Post HIS...

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Aaron Olexa Professor Carl Post HIS 1000 October 24, 2006 Malcolm X interview Interviewer: Malcolm X what do you think of today’s society and its treatment of the African Americans? Malcolm X : Well I fell strongly for the African American people as you my know from my past history but I feel like we as a social group have made great advance since my time but we still have a lot further to go and much more that we need to accomplish before we can finally call ourselves equal. Interviewer: Well Malcolm, how do you feel the process of getting this equality is being handled? Would you change it and if so what would you do differently? Malcolm X: That’s is an excellent question and I feel that what is being done for our rights to be an equal nation is to soft it is being handled more of hw Martin Luther King Jr. would have handled it. Where as I prefer a more forward approach, where you show more violence then you do of a passive attitude because you get more results faster. Also by using
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course HISTORY his 1000 taught by Professor Carlpost during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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