By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X in Life, Death, and Historical Memory

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Title: By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X in Life, Death, and Historical Memory
Creators: Jeffries, Hasan Kwame, 1973-
Keywords: Malcolm X
Manning Marable
Subjects (LCSH): X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 -- Influence
Issue Date: 2012-02-21
Publisher: The Ohio State University Libraries
Series/Report no.: Ohio State University Libraries. Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Annual Diversity Lecture
Abstract: Forty years after the death of Malcolm X, his influence is still motivating and influencing individuals all around the world in their struggles for respect and human rights. In this lecture, History Professor Hasan Kwame Jeffries sheds some light on the life of Al-Hajj Malik Al-Shabbaz, better known as Malcolm X. His talk will include a discussion of the controversy generated by Professor Manning Marable's book "Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention" and will feature audios of some of Malcolm's most important speeches.
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