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Happy Birthday Brother Malcolm. You are sorely missed    Today marks the 87th birthday of Brother Malcolm. His life is one that should be understood and celebrated by all who seek truth, liberty, freedom and equality.  Today I honour his memory with the following article.  Feel free to read, comment and share.  What say YE?!!!      http://dadisispeaks.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/happy-birthday-brother-malcolm-you-are-sorely-missed/

Happy Birthday Brother Malcolm. You are sorely missed Today marks the 87th birthday of Brother Malcolm. His life is one that should be understood and celebrated by all who seek truth, liberty, freedom and equality. Today I honour his memory with the following article. Feel free to read, comment and share. What say YE?!!! http://dadisispeaks.wordpress.com/2012/05/19/happy-birthday-brother-malcolm-you-are-sorely-missed/

Malcolm X Quotes On Love. QuotesGram by @quotesgram

Malcolm X Quotes On Love. QuotesGram by @quotesgram

Malcolm X's Famous Speech After Returning From Mecca in 1964 - Malcolm X speaks on his ideologies after his return from his pilgrimage to Mecca and his presentation to the U.N.

Malcolm X's Famous Speech After Returning From Mecca in 1964 - Malcolm X speaks on his ideologies after his return from his pilgrimage to Mecca and his presentation to the U.N.

Malcolm X quote.

Malcolm X quote.

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Malcolm X praying....In December 1964 Malcolm X walked into a Manchester mosque and took off his shoes. On his way out, he struggled to find them amongst the footwear that lay between him and the door. The man who eventually found the black size 14s later said, ‘We found that they had huge holes in them.’ Though hole-ridden shoes would act as a source of embarrassment for political figures today, this confirmed Malcolm X’s simplicity and proximity to the poor and needy he tried to serve.

Malcolm X praying....In December 1964 Malcolm X walked into a Manchester mosque and took off his shoes. On his way out, he struggled to find them amongst the footwear that lay between him and the door. The man who eventually found the black size 14s later said, ‘We found that they had huge holes in them.’ Though hole-ridden shoes would act as a source of embarrassment for political figures today, this confirmed Malcolm X’s simplicity and proximity to the poor and needy he tried to serve.

Malcolm X Quotes On Women. QuotesGram by @quotesgram

Malcolm X Quotes On Women. QuotesGram by @quotesgram

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