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Martin and Malcolm and America is a study in contrasts between the two great black civil rights leader of the s, Martin Luther King, Jr. The author, Cone, a minister during the civil rights era, seeks to show, contrary to the followers of King and Malcolm X, that King and Malcolm X were not polar opposites in their ideas, did not hate one another, and moved towards one another's views before their assassinations. Cone also uses their stories and his interpretations of their philosophies to argue that their ideas are complimentary and must be used by the black community to advance their interests. The book begins with an introduction that contrasts the ideas of the two figures; Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin King believed in the philosophy of integration, with blacks and whites living as one, whereas Malcolm X believed in the philosophy of segregation, with blacks becoming conscious of their racial identity, separating themselves from whites, and promoting their own interests and values. Malcolm X was a believer in Black Nationalism, whereas King rejected such ideas.
Lincoln Memorial, Aug. No one understood the poetry of their parallel moments better than the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. So effective was King in tying the memory of Lincoln to the cause of civil rights that most of us now see the Lincoln Memorial as the obvious site, the holiest of holy places, where history and racial progress meet. Yet, as we shall see, there was nothing inevitable about the choice of the Lincoln Memorial as the logical place for racial protests throughout the early 20th century, or as the staging ground for Dr.
But at this time a certain amount of people, especially young blacks in the northern cities, turned towards a strategy of armed resistance which was spread by radical black nationalists like Malcolm X. Beginning shortly after the Second World War, when the hopes of most African Americans for racial equality were not fulfilled, and on its peak at the end of the s, an increasing number of blacks protested peacefully against discrimination. At the same time, but evidently opposing these nonviolent forms of protest, the Nation of Islam NoI , amongst them Malcolm X, demanded a new kind of Black Nationalism which emphasized black pride, unity and self-respect. Nevertheless, these pragmatic radicals aimed at separatism, but the vehicle to achieve it was supposed to be a revolution. These two antagonistic approaches determined the Civil Rights Movement from the mid s onward. To understand the developments of the early s it is essential to have a look at the beginning nonviolent protests of the mid and late s. Following the pioneering Brown v.
He arrived in London eyes gritty with sleep and sweating profusely. There were five reporters and three photographers clustered around Wee Alec, who was proudly holding forth, although there was no sign of Rory. Her hair was white, and her face criss-crossed with wrinkles.
He is best known for his time spent as a vocal spokesman for the Nation of Islam. Malcolm spent his adolescence living in a series of foster homes or with relatives after his father's death and his mother's hospitalization.
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Martin & Malcolm & America. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Martin Luther King.Reply
No two personalities in the history of African-American experience are pitted a- gainst each other as the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X. One is.Reply
Martin & Malcolm & America I bequeath to my children and grandchildren as the cornerstone of their spiritual inheritance. This book sums up me and my.Reply
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