Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Autobiography of Malcolm X

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KEY TO THE PRISON OF YOUR MIND

Possibly the most important book one could read in search for truth and courage in fighting oppression, not only in America but across the world. This book covers the life of civil rights hero Malcolm X later known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Malcolm was born a small town country boy who elevated himself from a street hustler to maybe the most important figure in the civil rights movement. The words of this book flow from the pages as if Malcolm is in the room with you telling his story of transformation and faith. His life may very well chronicle every stage of the Black man's oppression in this land of America, from the harassment of the Klan, to the hells of prison, to media demonization of any thing of color with intelligence, and finally an unjust murder. Malcolm's story reaches across cultural and racial bounds to the heart of every reader in one way or another. For Malcolm was seeking what all people of this world desire, Justice.

6 comments:

Franchise said...

this book changed my life. great posts and excited to revisit your site!

Ravi said...

this book also changed the way i see the world around me. from the second i heard malcolm speak i knew i was listening to something that was more then a man. to me he was a symbol of transformation and change...

on a related note this site is some of the realest shit i've ever seen on the net... keep hope alive and fight the power.

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the book is so good ,I have never read but this kind of storirs are so interesting becouse many times are real stories abd you can learn about general history.

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Malcom X's autobiography was the book that inpire me to study Foreing Affairs as a way to seek for a change from the inside of the system!!!

I want to change things... That's my goal in life

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This man is one of the greatest in history and i always like to hear the story about him it really inspired me so glad you guys touch this subject well done.

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