Bir Dava Lideri: Malcolm X


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Bir Dava Lideri: Malcolm X
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Muslim leader and black rights advocate Malcolm X was fatally shot #otd in 1965 while on stage at the Audubon Ballroom in Manhattan. In the 1950s and 60s, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. were the public faces of two divergent schools of thought on how to address racial injustice. Whereas King advocated for racial integration and nonviolence through the Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X’s approach was less conciliatory. He encouraged his followers to protect themselves against white aggression “by any means necessary,” and sought racial separation. In 1964, after spending several years as the national spokesman for the Nation of Islam, which combined Muslim teachings with black nationalism, Malcolm and his wife Betty unaffiliated with the NoI. Malcom’s views on how to achieve racial equality became somewhat more aligned with King’s, which he attributed to a spiritual awakening in Mecca, where he saw peaceful co-existence between whites and blacks. Three black men were convicted of assassinating Malcolm, but long-held beliefs about his death have come under scrutiny. The recent @netflix series “Who Killed Malcolm X?” has spurred the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office to review the case. Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz are buried in Hartsdale, New York. Photographed 8.25.2017. #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #khs #gravehunter #history #handsonhistory #famousgraves #malcolmx #nationofislam #muslim #civilrights #cemetery #cemeteryphotography #cemeteriesofinstagram #graveyard #assassination #ny #newyork #netflix #onthisday #travel #travelphotography #ferncliff #mlk @ilyasahshabazz @nmaahc @arrrnay

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