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Author: Malcolm XJames BaldwinKenneth Bancroft ClarkOssie DavisJon DonaldAll authors
Publisher: [1960-1964]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Malcolm X (1925-1965) was one of the most influential black leaders of his time. As a civil rights activist, lecturer, writer, and Black Muslim minister for some years, his voice and philosophies have continued to exert a strong influence on black politics and civil rights today.
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Named Person: Elijah Muhammad; Elijah Muhammad; Jomo Kenyatta; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Fannie Lou Hamer; James Meredith; Malcolm X; Malcolm X; Malcolm X
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm X; James Baldwin; Kenneth Bancroft Clark; Ossie Davis; Jon Donald; Louis Farrakhan; Eric Frederick Goldman; C Eric Lincoln; Bayard Rustin; George S Schuyler; WBAI Radio (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 83154646
Notes: Titles taken from cassette labels.
Description: 18 sound cassettes (ca. 15 hr.) : analog.

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Malcolm X (1925-1965) was one of the most influential black leaders of his time. As a civil rights activist, lecturer, writer, and Black Muslim minister for some years, his voice and philosophies have continued to exert a strong influence on black politics and civil rights today.

Collection consists of 21 lectures, debates, group discussions and interviews from 1960-1964 featuring Malcolm X and his views on Black nationalism, the Black Muslim movement, the history of the Negro and his current struggles and condition in America. Malcolm X also discusses his philosophies, the teachings of Elijah Muhammad, white supremacy, African independence, the superiority of the African race, and the African and African-American relationship.

Contents: 1. [Black Muslims in America] / Malcolm X, Dr. C. Eric Lincoln, James Baldwin, George S. Schuyler, Eric Coleman, host, n.d. (60:00) -- 2. [Malcolm X at Boston University, School of Theology], 1960 (100:00) -- 3. [Malcolm X at Boston University, Human Relations Center] / Malcolm X, Louis Farrakhan, 1960 (45:00) -- 4. [The Afro-American connection], 1964 (60:00) -- 5. [The black revolution], 1963 (20:00) -- 6. [Malcolm X at Michigan State University], 1963 (60:00) -- 7. [Malcolm X debates Bayard Rustin on WBAI Radio] / moderator, Jon Donald; Bayard Rustin, Malcolm X, 1960 (60:30) -- 8. [WBAI essay on Malcolm X], n.d. (45:00) -- 9. [The black man's history], 1962 (45:00) -- 10. [The end of white supremacy], n.d. (45:00) -- 11. [Malcolm X talks about the police shooting of Muslims] / Malcolm X, interviewee; Dick Elman, interviewer, 1962 (20:00) -- 12. [Dr. Kenneth Clark interviews Malcolm X] / Dr. Kenneth Clark, Malcolm X, n.d. (20:00) -- 13. [The last message], 1965 (45:00) -- 14. [Malcolm X speaks after the bombing of his home] n.d. --15. [Malcolm X speaks on the National Democratic Convention, Harlem, New York], 1964 (40:00) -- 16. [Malcolm X speaks to the young people of New York City], n.d. (40:00) -- 17. [Malcolm X speaks to the people of Harlem], n.d. (120:00) -- 18. [Malcolm X - soundtrack], n.d. -- [Malcolm X speaks again], n.d. -- 19. [Malcolm X speaks again], n.d. -- 20. [Malcolm X at Temple #7], n.d. (20:00) -- 21. [Malcolm X at Temple #15], n.d. (20:00).

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