Malcolm X - The End of World White Supremacy
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 in-structions, 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 Times not only called him "a political leader and social analyst" but likened him to "an Old Testament prophet." The End of White World Supremacy is available in paperback from Arcade Publishing
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