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Remembering Brother Malcolm

Malcolm not only brought a sense of self respect to the african american community his vision reach out to the world. His story reminds us that the struggle for self determination begins with each of us, and extends to all of us. It is difficult, fraught with perils; but ultimately uplifting, and liberating. You may take roads best not followed, but when you raise your sights to the most high all things are possible. One can find a way.

I really enjoyed the on being show. Being Blog - Malcolm X on Human Rights, Not Civil Rights by...

I also found this youtube member malcolmology and created this playlist based on their videos.

I will also point you to Democracy Now's collection of shows involving Malcolm as a nice collection of discussions of his life, works and legacy.

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