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Fri Mar 21 17:14:10 2014 UTClccn-n791482960.06Hand in hand : ten Black men who changed America /0.250.39Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and the civil rights struggle of the 1950s and 1960s : a brief history with documents /59092897Malcolm_Xn 79148296379352<<el->>shabazz, <<e>>l-Hajj MalikḤajj Malik al-Shabāẓz, 1925-1965Hajj Malik el-Shabazz.Hajj Malik el-Shabazz, 1925-1965Hajj Malik el-ShabbazIks, Mālkūm, 1925-1965Little, Malcolm.Little, Malcolm, 1925-1965Little, Malcolm 1925-1965 Wirklicher NameMalcolm, XMalcolm X, 1925-1965Malcolm X - Pacifica Radio ArchivesMalcolm X, pseud.Malcom XMalik al-Shabāẓz, 1925-1965Malik el-Shabazz.Malik el-Shabazz, 1925-1965Shabāz, Mālik, 1925-1965Shabazz, el-Hajj Malik.Shabazz, el-Hajj Malik, 1925-1965Shabazz, Hajj Malik el 1925-1965Shabazz, Malik, 1925-1965X, MalcolmX, Malcomマルコム Xlccn-n79084324King, Martin LutherJr1929-1968spkprflccn-n78089814Haley, Alexothedtauiclbantctblccn-n50042457Breitman, Georgeauiedtlccn-n91066890Gallen, Davidedtlccn-n80046721Du Bois, W. 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B.(William Edward Burghardt)1868-1963lccn-n50010027Ellison, Ralphlccn-n79067618Marable, Manning1950-2011lccn-n95046065DeCaro, Louis A.1957-lccn-n80013236Douglass, Frederick1818-1895lccn-n86129800Lee, SpikesceausdrtproX, Malcolm1925-1965BiographyDramaHistoryJuvenile worksInterviewsSourcesStudy guidesCriticism, interpretation, etcFilm adaptationsFictionX, Malcolm,Black MuslimsAfrican AmericansUnited StatesRace relationsAfrican Americans--Civil rightsAfrican Americans--ReligionReligionBlack nationalismAfrican Americans--Intellectual lifeAfrican American civil rights workersKing, Martin Luther,--Jr.,Christianity and other religions--IslamIslam--Relations--ChristianityEllison, RalphBaraka, Amiri,African American MuslimsAutobiography of Malcolm X (X, Malcolm)African Americans--Race identityAmerican fictionPolitical oratorySocial changePhilosophyAmerican literatureAmerican literature--African American authorsUpdike, JohnBowles, Jane,Baldwin, James,Styron, William,O'Connor, FlanneryTaylor, Peter,Hemingway, Ernest,Cozzens, James Gould,Welty, Eudora,Porter, Katherine Anne,Roth, PhilipBurroughs, William S.,Warren, Robert Penn,Lawrence, D. H.--(David Herbert),McCarthy, Mary,Kafka, Franz,Vonnegut, KurtSartre, Jean-Paul,Salinger, J. D.--(Jerome David),Mailer, NormanNabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich,Capote, Truman,Malamud, BernardSontag, Susan,Singer, Isaac Bashevis,19251965193319401959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201413662315012984BBP223.Z8ocn077465402ocn658471724ocn658537178ocn762335659ocn853096465ocn432051258ocn010902335ocn002935886ocn063612248ocn036491675ocn753677904ocn766393963ocn661993667ocn661993572ocn766393997ocn661993606ocn661993652ocn658426980ocn661993637ocn766393976ocn766394019ocn797758114ocn800003513ocn691713496ocn406570257ocn799594630ocn673595570ocn420005436ocn440114014ocn440180499ocn722507650ocn632440779ocn186576542African Americans282872ocn020996189book19650.29X, MalcolmMalcolm X speaks : selected speeches and statementsA collection of fourteen speeches by one of the revolutionary African-American leaders of the 20th century+-+38678675351431151ocn059529843book19640.23X, MalcolmThe autobiography of Malcolm XCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStudy guides"Based on tape-recorded conversations with Alex Haley, this account of the life of the Black Muslim leader was completed shortly before his murder. Alex Haley 'did his job with sensitivity and with devotion ... [The book] will have a permanent place in the literature of the African American struggle.'" N Y Rev Books+-+0315080985120325ocn000074931book19670.37X, MalcolmMalcolm X on Afro-American historyHistory+-+5740398235116921ocn000149849book19710.28X, MalcolmThe end of white world supremacy; four speechesHistoryA collection from four major speeches by Malcolm X that Julius Lester called in The New York Times Book Review,The best examples in print of why, even dead, Malcolm is a man to measure one's self against. Malcolm X gave Black Americans not only their consciousness, but their history, their dignity, and a new pride. No single individual can claim a more important responsibility for a sociological and historical leap forward such as the one sparked in America in the sixties. When, in 1965, Malcolm X was gunned down on the stage of a Harlem theater, America lost one of its eminent political thinkers. The book portion of The End of White Supremacycontains four major speeches by Malcolm X, including the famous ?Chickens Come Home to Roost? speech. Together, these four speeches cast new light on a man who ranks among the great leaders and teachers of his time. Also included in the package are two audio cassettes. Here, in almost two hours of recorded material, is the stirring voice of Malcolm X himself in two parallel but very different speeches, one delivered in Harlem?s Mosque No. 7, the second at Adam Clayton Powell?s Abyssinian Baptist Church. These speeches were not broadcast but were recorded, on, Malcolm?s instructions, by one of his most trusted and faithful lieutenants, then Benjamin 2X, now Benjamin Karim. ?Black Man?s History? shows Malcolm as minister and teacher, providing his Muslim audience with the cultural roots and lore he knew African-Americans needed in order to recover their pride and dignity. ?The Black Revolution? is a ringing call for black separatism, ?a passionate prophecy of judgment on white supremacy? (Booklist). To hear Malcolm?s words, in his own voice, is to understand why the New York Timesnot only called him ?a political leader and social analyst? but likened him to ?an Old Testament prophet.?+-+315552400698412ocn000249307book19700.32X, MalcolmBy any means necessary; speeches, interviews, and a letter+-+347639823532494522ocn023096901book19650.27X, MalcolmMalcolm X talks to young people : speeches in the U.S., Britain, and AfricaSpeeches made by Malcolm X while traveling around the world+-+037139823571713ocn030009882book19920.28X, MalcolmBy any means necessary"Readers will follow the evolution of Malcolm's views on building politial alliances, Black-white intermarriage, women's rights, capitalism and socialism and self-defense against racist terror gangs--all in his own words." -- Back cover+-+59023982357105ocn033007237book19920.31X, MalcolmFebruary 1965 : the final speeches+-+08023982353246022ocn031010426book19940.29Carew, Jan RGhosts in our blood : with Malcolm X in Africa, England, and the CaribbeanWritten from the basis of the Caribbean heritage they shared, the author discusses conversations with Malcolm X regarding internationalist vision, a trip to Mecca, travels throughout Africa, the Black expatriate community in London, and Malcolm's Grenadian and Garveyite mother+-+03677010063244561ocn055217761visu20040.21The greatest speeches of all timeSeen and heard in this original footage are excerpts from the dramatic speeches from world leaders that changed the course of history and inspired millions worldwide4532ocn016680874book19860.28Kly, Yussuf NaimThe black book : the true political philosophy of Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz)+-+98581378453244031ocn077465402visu20070.19King man of peace in a time of warA fascinating and revealing look at the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. filtered through the prism of three major conflicts: the struggle between black and white America, divisiveness within the civil rights movement itself, and an undelcared war in Vietnam. This tribute features archival footage of Dr. King, exclusive interviews with Rev. Jesse Jackson, Colin Powel, Quincy Jones, Hugh Hefner, Howard K. Smith and Laurence Fishburne, plus controversial commentary from Malcolm X. Includes the appearance of Dr. King on a 1967 Mike Douglas Show3633ocn034949342visu19950.28Great American speeches 80 years of political oratorySourcesTraces the history of visually recorded American oratory and discusses the evolution of how, through technology, politicians appear to the public. Each segment has narrative perspective and visual clips which portray that historical era3551ocn010229432book19850.39King, Martin LutherKing, Malcolm, Baldwin : three interviewsInterviews3361ocn057135922book20040.39Howard-Pitney, DavidMartin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and the civil rights struggle of the 1950s and 1960s : a brief history with documentsHistorySourcesThis work brings together some of the best primary sources on Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. Through their writings and speeches, we can appreciate the roles they played in the freedom crusade of the 1950s and 1960s. We not only get a good summary of their essential teachings but we also get insight into their individual styles and personalities+-+60504876853174ocn027027722visu19920.23The Real Malcolm X an intimate portrait of the manBiographyCBS News examines the facts of the extraordinary life of Malcolm X in exclusive, never-before-shown footage and excerpts from some of his most important speeches. Family, friends, and contemporary artists discuss his legacy in the black community3046ocn061137271visu19950.21Baxter, JackBrother minister the assassination of Malcolm X : El-Hajj Malik ShabazzBiographyBrother Minister: The Assassination of Malcom X is a long, earnest, complex documentary that tries to set the record straight on 30 years of speculation and lies. This film names names. Includes 60 minutes of bonus material2702ocn024424997visu19910.25El Hajj Malik El ShabazzBiographyA documentary showing the life of Malcolm X, his leadership in the Black Muslim movement, and his influence on black Americans and African nations2162ocn037329981visu19970.28The speeches of Malcolm XPresents a collection of Malcolm X's speeches, showing the development of his ideas and attitudes2063ocn025219187book19920.19Growing up black : from the slave days to the present - 25 African-Americans reveal the trials and triumphs of their childhoodsBiography+-+4781125385981068ocn025168661book19400.23X, MalcolmThe autobiography of Malcolm XCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStudy guidesWritten by Alex Haley from conversations with the Negro leader over a period of two years before his death+-+0315080985362051ocn045016833visu19720.24Lee, SpikeMalcolm XHistoryBiographyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsScreen version of the life of Malcolm X who, through his religious conversion to Islam, found the strength to rise up from a criminal past to become an influential civil rights leader+-+9677425425350114ocn708244620book20100.23Marable, ManningMalcolm X : a life of reinventionBiographyThis biography of Malcolm X draws on new research to trace his life from his troubled youth through his involvement in the Nation of Islam, his activism in the world of Black Nationalism, and his assassination. Years in the making, it is a definitive biography of the legendary black activist. Of the great figures in twentieth-century American history perhaps none is more complex and controversial than Malcolm X. Constantly rewriting his own story, he became a criminal, a minister, a leader, and an icon, all before being felled by assassins' bullets at age thirty-nine. Through his tireless work and countless speeches he empowered hundreds of thousands of black Americans to create better lives and stronger communities while establishing the template for the self-actualized, independent African American man. In death he became a broad symbol of both resistance and reconciliation for millions around the world. Filled with new information and shocking revelations that go beyond the Autobiography of Malcolm X, this work unfolds a story of race and class in America, from the rise of Marcus Garvey and the Ku Klux Klan to the struggles of the civil rights movement in the fifties and sixties. Reaching into Malcolm's troubled youth, it traces a path from his parents' activism through his own engagement with the Nation of Islam, charting his astronomical rise in the world of Black Nationalism and culminating in the never-before-told true story of his assassination. This work captures the story of one of the most singular forces for social change, a man who constantly strove, in the great American tradition, to remake himself anew+-+4577755215251010ocn025708439book19930.07Myers, Walter DeanMalcolm X : by any means necessary : a biographyJuvenile worksBiographyFew men in American history are as controversial as Malcolm X. In this provocative biography, Myers, winner of a Newbery Honor and four-time Coretta Scott King Award winner, presents a forthright portrait of a complex man whose life reflected the major events of our times+-+693919540524666ocn005239538book19730.28Goldman, Peter LouisThe death and life of Malcolm XBiographyDrawing from interviews with Malcolm X and the recollections of his friends and associates, the author illuminates the struggles of the Black leader during his last years and the events surrounding his assassination+-+892255707523724ocn045843996file19980.31DeCaro, Louis AMalcolm and the cross the Nation of Islam, Malcolm X, and ChristianityLou DeCaro's Malcolm and the Cross thoroughly explores Malcolm's relationship to the Nation of Islam and Christianity. Examining the religious roots of the Nation of Islam in relation to Christianity, DeCaro traces Malcolm's development and contributions as an activist, journalist, orator, and revolutionist against the backdrop of his familial religious heritage. In the process, DeCaro achieves nothing less than a radical rethinking of the way we understand Malcolm X, arguing for the necessity of seeing him as a religious revolutionist whose analysis of Christianity is indispensable - particularly in an era when cultic Islam, Christianity, and traditional Islam continue to represent key factors in any discussion about racism in the United States+-+951362963522236ocn022767179book19900.25Perry, BruceMalcolm : the life of a man who changed Black AmericaBiographyAn account of Malcolm Little's life and evolution from youth to political figure+-+9676317335212710ocn030517466book19940.29Dyson, Michael EricMaking Malcolm : the myth and meaning of Malcolm XBiographyA bold critical examination of the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Minister and educator Dyson casts new light on the life and career of Malcolm X--and also on the aspirations and passions of the growing numbers who have seized on his l ife for insight and inspiration. An important work for the future of race relations+-+1087450465324209012ocn022345411book19910.29Cone, James HMartin & Malcolm & America : a dream or a nightmareHistoryReexamines the ideology of the two most prominent leaders of the civil rights movement of the 1960s+-+197399833520103ocn032591128book19960.28DeCaro, Louis AOn the side of my people : a religious life of Malcolm XJuvenile worksBiographyIn On the Side of My People, Louis A. DeCaro, Jr. offers the first religious biography to focus exclusively on Malcolm X. Malcolm X was certainly a political man; yet he was also a man of Allah, struglling with his salvation - as concerned with redemption as with revolution. Drawing on a wide variety of sources, including extensive interviews with Malcolm's oldest brother, FBI surveillance documents, the black press, and tape-recorded speeches and interviews, DeCaro examines the charismatic leader from the standpoint of his two conversion experiences - to the Nation while he was in jail and to traditional Islam climaxing in his pilgrimage to Mecca. On the Side of My People explores Malcolm's early religious training and the influence of his Garveyite parents, he relationship with Elijah Muhammad, his often overlooked journey to Africa in 1959, and his life as a traditional Muslim after the 1964 pilgrimage+-+964362963519801ocn000533639book19730.28Kazin, AlfredBright book of life: American novelists and storytellers from Hemingway to MailerCriticism, interpretation, etcAn assessment of American fiction from 1940 to the present, that stresses the literary character and interests of the major writers that have emerged in this period19081ocn000269402book19680.28Margolies, EdwardNative sons; a critical study of twentieth-century Negro American authorsCriticism, interpretation, etcAlso includes material on W. E. B. DuBois, Charles Waddell Chesnutt, James Weldon Johnson, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Langston Hughes, Jean Toomer, Claude McKay, and Countee Cullen185111ocn000032341book19690.17Clarke, John HenrikMalcolm X; the man and his timesJuvenile worksBiographyTwenty writers contribute their viewpoints on the black leader with varied glimpses of Malcolm X as a boy, as a young man and as a revolutionary+-+305789013518269ocn024143250book19910.25Carson, ClayborneMalcolm X : the FBI fileHistoryBiographyExamines the FBI's ongoing surveillance of Malcolm X that began in 1953 and the events subsequent to his death twelve years later+-+030293633518036ocn045733281com19990.33Stull, Bradford TAmid the Fall, dreaming of Eden Du Bois, King, Malcolm X, and emancipatory compositionHistory"Whom, or what, does composition - defined here as an intentional process of study, either oral or written - serve? Bradford T. Stull contends that composition would do well to articulate, in theory and practice, what could be called "emancipatory composition." He argues that emancipatory composition is radically theopolitical: it roots itself in the foundational theological and political language of the American experience while it subverts this language in order to emancipate the oppressed and, thereby, the oppressors." "To articulate this vision, Stull looks to those who compose from an oppressed place, finding in the works of W.E.B. Du Bois, Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X radical theopolitical practices that can serve as a model for emancipatory composition."--BOOK JACKET+-+349778453517303ocn025412704book19920.23Gallen, DavidMalcolm X : as they knew himBiography"Dangerous" describes Malcolm X for poet Sonia Sanchez, and civil rights attorney William Kunstler places him at "the cutting edge of the black struggle." For historian John Henrik Clarke he was "the brightest light we produced in the twentieth century"; to journalist Claude Lewis, "the bravest man I've ever known." Former CORE director James Farmer calls him "a champion." University professor Kathryn Gibson remembers him as "the protector." Part One of Malcolm X: As They Knew Him presents the remembrances of twenty-five men and women whose lives were dramatically touched--and in some cases radically altered--by Malcolm X. In their own words, extracted from recent interviews with David Gallen, they illuminate divers facets of Malcolm's dynamic character and career. Writer Maya Angelou, for instance, speaks of the contemplative Malcolm she knew in Africa, while newsman Mike Wallace recalls Malcolm's last daring media appearances. Alex Haley provides intimate glimpses of the private man, and Benjamin Karim shares his memories of Malcolm lecturing on the swine and teaching lessons in charity all the way from Harlem to Bridgeport, Connecticut. In the minds of those who knew him Malcolm is still vividly there: eating banana splits, quoting Shakespeare, driving his old blue Oldsmobile home to East Elmhurst, growing a beard. A man stands behind the myth. Malcolm speaks for himself in Part Two, "Getting It On the Record." He makes parables of chickens, snakes, and duck eggs with Robert Penn Warren, and in a solemn, reflective mood he shares his views on life, and death, with Claude Lewis one late December night. Included too are the Playboy interview with Alex Haley and his last television interview, with Pierre Berton in January 1965, one month before he died at the hands of assassins in Harlem's Audubon Ballroom. In Part Three, "The Man, the Myth and the Mission," six outstanding American writers, among them James Baldwin, Eldridge Cleaver, and Peter Goldman, probe the aftermath of Malcolm's assassination and define the substance of his legacy. Their essays attest to the power of the man who attempted to raise the consciousness of twenty-two million African Americans and to give them back their pride--the man who, it has been said, invented black history+-+170559098517252ocn057653859com20020.35Baldwin, Lewis VBetween cross and crescent Christian and Muslim perspectives on Malcolm and MartinThe interconnections between Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X -- their faith claims, their perspectives on culture, and their visions of an ideal society and world -- are brought to light by a Christian and a Muslim scholar+-+420975863516521ocn000279965book19680.25Brooks, GwendolynIn the Mecca; poemsPoetry16192ocn769289596book20120.06Pinkney, Andrea DavisHand in hand : ten Black men who changed AmericaHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the stories of ten African-American men from different eras in American history, organized chronologically to provide a scope from slavery to the modern day155519ocn000248218book19650.33Breitman, GeorgeThe last year of Malcolm X; the evolution of a revolutionaryEvaluates the experiences and teachings of the black leader during his final year of life+-+3955398235324+-+3867867535+-+3867867535Fri Mar 21 15:16:49 EDT 2014batch74291