The religion he turned to, The Nation of Islam or more commonly known as the Black Muslims, were a group of African Americans who believed, among other things, that whites were the roots of evil. Malcolm was the fifth of Earl and Louise Little's eight children. During this time, the two men progressed from a tentative, suspicious business relationship to a close, working relationship and friendship. He went through many changes in his fight for equality. He felt that the United States government had intervened to keep him out of France, where he had been twice before in the preceding three months. There, his house was burned down by a white supremacist group.
Malcolm's first reaction to Haley was one of suspicion; he accused him of being a spy for the white man. Malcolm had many life experiences before tragically being shot and killed. It is in the passages dealing with the last seven months of Malcolm's life that the Epilogue is most valuable. Louise Little was a mulatto born in Grenada in the British West Indies and Earl Little, a six-foot, very dark skinned man from Reynolds, Georgia, was a Baptist minister and organiser for Marcus Garvey, who wanted that all Afro-Americans go back to the land of their ancestors, Africa. He treated Malcolm different, compared to his brothers and sisters; he said It was because he was light skinned.
And he notes times, especially during Malcolm's silencing by Elijah Muhammad, when Malcolm's inner feelings conflicted with his public statements. The book again talks about spiritual conversion narrative that outlines Malcolm X's philosophy of black pride, Black Nationalism. The basis of the religion is peaceful and understanding. The autobiography of Malcolm X in 1965 published after his assassination. Malcolm X, Malcolm Little, Detroit Red, or rather El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.
This shows us that even in the worst of circumstances we can learn and become better. Haley notes that Malcolm's second trip to Africa, which lasted eighteen weeks, disillusioned his immediate followers and may have lessened his popularity among the people of Harlem. While in Mecca he witnessed blacks and whites together in communities where color was not an issue. One of the most influential parts of his life was the death of his father. Alone and without money, Louise Little got more and more desperate, till the white authorities sent her to a mental hospital. Later Malcolm X was born as Malcolm Little in Omaha, Nebraska.
Haley here fills in many more details about Malcolm's various activities in his last stage of his life — though even here, it could hardly be considered a closely-detailed biography. When Malcolm is a child, his parents teach him not to take abuse from white people. Thousands of people, white as well as black, attended it. Malcolm's fighting spirit eventually spilled over into the classroom. Noting one of the comments Malcolm had scribbled, Haley asked him about his attitude toward women.
During his lifetime he went through several significant changes in his lifestyle and beliefs. Hooded Klansmen burned their home in Lansing, Michigan; Earl Little was killed under mysterious circumstances; welfare agencies split up the children and eventually committed Louise Little to a state mental institution; and Malcolm was forced to live in a detention home run by a racist white couple. At times his father was violent toward his mother and siblings. Like many great figures and history makers had a low point in is life. From when he was a child, a teenager in Boston, prison, following under Elijah Muhammad, to creating his own religion. He was the son of a Baptist minsiter and a bi-racial woman.
This quote is explaining the aspects needed to pull off a robbery easily. He now wanted to unite people of all races under the power of one God and believed that blacks all over the world should join to combat racism. During the first couple days of prison Malcolm was coming off a drug high and was having withdrawals. In the Harlem underworld, Malcolm remakes himself in the lawless and isolated image of the black hustler. He met a white girl called Sophia who quickly became his girlfriend.
Malcolm seemed to regard Haley still as a spy for the white man, and he spent most of their early sessions repeating the same Black Muslim propaganda over and over. Malcolm X was also known by the name El-hajj Malik El-Shabbazz. This is where he began to get involved with drugs, gambling, drinking, pimps, and stealing. The story is narrated in the first person and it seems like Malcolm was writing this of his… 1398 Words 6 Pages Malcolm X had a very interesting life and there were several aspects that affected his views of American society. His other penetrations revealed that he merely utilizing him for he is different from Whites. The afternoon's schedule was confused, and one of the speakers was unable to attend.
After a brief stopover in England, where he spoke at the London School of Economics and visited an industrial town with a large black population, Malcolm returned to New York. Through Shorty, Malcolm met Freddie who got him a job as a shoe shine boy at Roseland State ballroom. Are the reactions negative or positive? Malcolm did teach these things however he did not teach non violence, which I believe is a key part of this problem. After the pilgrimage he adopted the name El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Malcolm attended school until eighth grade living with different families. His words and messages are powerful and blunt. Speaking later of this incident, he strongly implied that it was related to the threats on his life and that perhaps the Black Muslims were not the ones trying to kill him.
Handler mentions the black writers and artists who were drawn to Malcolm X. Fearful for their family, Earl Little moved the family to Lansing, Michigan anticipating that racism was less astringent in the northern regions of the United States, but there in the North was where Mr. Like many great figures and history makers had a low point in is life. Experiences gave him different penetrations every bit good as lessons from his old ages as a streetwalker to take him to go a spiritual authorization and media personality. She sacrifices much to provide for them and is driven mad in the end by her inability to do so. He was a famous man who articulated the struggle, anger, and beliefs of African Americans.