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February 21, 2008

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Ah, well done Miss Anna. He is a great figure in American history.

I completely agree. How horrible is it that my knowledge of the civil rights movement was the peaceful Martin Luther King Jr. versus the angry black man Malcolm X. What I am able to recognize now is my ignorance on the subject, and take heart in the knowledge that I want to learn more about Malcolm X and his teachings on race in America.

Let be known that Elizabeth and I passed the same copy of the book back and forth (well, we passed it over an ocean).

Anyone know if there's some collection of Malcolm X's speeches and interviews? Either on audio or in print?

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