The End of White World Supremacy: Four Speeches

Malcolm X (Author) Imam Benjamin Karim (Introduction by)
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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Arcade Publishing
Publish Date
February 11, 2020
Pages
168
Dimensions
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.5 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781628728293

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About the Author

Malcolm X was an important, polarizing figure of the Civil Rights Movement. Born in 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, he became a key force in bringing America's racial issues to national attention. He was assassinated in 1965 in New York City.

Imam Benjamin Karim was a close associate and collaborator of Malcolm from 1957 until Malcolm's death. As Benjamin 2X, he was an assistant minister of Temple No.7 in Harlem for four years. It was Imam Benjamin Karim who opened up for Malcolm when he was killed by assassin's bullets in February 1965. Imam Karim lived in Richmond, Virginia, until his death in 2005.

Reviews

"The best examples in print of why, even dead, Malcolm is a man to measure one's self against."--Julius Lester, The New York Times Book Review

"An obligatory addition to the work."--Kirkus

"Essential to the documentation of the life of an outstanding teacher, orator, and activist leader."--Library Journal

"But the enduring appeal of Malcolm's message . . . asserts the right of a people to protect and improve themselves by their own hand."--Ta-Nehisi Coates, Atlantic

"He remains relevant because he spoke presciently to the issues that matter today: black identity, the politics of black rage, the expression of black dissent, the politics of black power, and the importance of consolidating varieties of expressions within black communities--different ideologies and politics--and bringing them together under a banner of functional solidarity."--Michael Eric Dyson, quoted in The Brown and White, February 2015


The best examples in print of why, even dead, Malcolm is a man to measure one's self against.--Julius Lester, The New York Times Book Review

An obligatory addition to the work.--Kirkus

Essential to the documentation of the life of an outstanding teacher, orator, and activist leader.--Library Journal/