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Malcolm X: The Great Photographs #2020

Malcolm X The Great Photographs A collection of photographs of Malcolm X beginning with his childhood and focusing on the years to when he was in the public eye Throughout his life Malcolm X underwent many transformatio

  • Title: Malcolm X: The Great Photographs
  • Author: Thulani Davis
  • ISBN: 9781556703171
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • Malcolm X: The Great Photographs By Thulani Davis, A collection of photographs of Malcolm X, beginning with his childhood and focusing on the years 1959 to 1965, when he was in the public eye Throughout his life, Malcolm X underwent many transformations from junior high school class president to jazz club shoeshine boy to railway worker to drug dealer The photographs are from many of the great photographers of the time,A collection of photographs of Malcolm X, beginning with his childhood and focusing on the years 1959 to 1965, when he was in the public eye Throughout his life, Malcolm X underwent many transformations from junior high school class president to jazz club shoeshine boy to railway worker to drug dealer The photographs are from many of the great photographers of the time, including Gordan Parks, Eve Arnold and Henri Cartier Bresson and document Malcolm X s work as a teacher, militant, orator and family man The accompanying quotes are from writers, activists and ordinary people attesting to his impact in the 1960s.

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    1. Malcolm used to always say The Revolution we need is a revolution of the mind He was the kind of person that once you heard him, even if you disagreed with him, you could never go back to thinking the way you were before you heard him He literally compelled you to check yourself out, and check out your beliefs But you never could go back to where you were before you heard him pg 13 14 Malcolm taught that achieving short term goals without an analysis of the long term functioning of government an [...]

    2. A great photo journal of a man ahead of his time I can t say I agree with all of his opinions but I do admire his dedication to his beleifs.

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