Malcolm Little


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militant civil rights leader (1925-1965)

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After all, Laura has sought the very same project of self-determination on the streets that Malcolm Little and Shorty sought.
His spiritual transformation from Malcolm Little to Malcolm X occurred in a Massachusetts prison from 1947 to 1952, as he became a self-educated, disciplined convert to the Nation of Islam.
One of the emphasized periods in his life through the autobiography and the documentary was the time he had spent in prison, where Malcolm Little found the "X" in his life, replacing his original lost African surname.
101, Verbal--55, Verbal IQ--110; Performance--54, Performance IQ--104; Classification: average, Verbal ability: average, Reading ability: good, Arithmetical ability: high average, Abstract reasoning: superior, Range of information: superior (Prison File on Malcolm Little #22843 MSP Dept.
MALCOLM LITTLE is the true name of the American radical black politician.
Eric Lincoln's 1961 The Black Muslims in America--has centered on the charismatic leader Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little in 1925 in Omaha.
The son of the Reverend Earl Little of Reynolds, Georgia, Malcolm X, was born in near-poverty in Omaha, Nebraska, and was named Malcolm Little.
Born Malcolm Little, in Omaha, Nebraska, in his formative years Malcolm X moved to Lansing, Michigan.
Autobiography of Malcolm X, The Biography, published in 1965, of the American black militant religious leader and activist who was born Malcolm Little.
I originally planned to title this essay, "What if Jack Sheppard met Malcolm Little in Watts in 19927" Jack Sheppard is the celebrated English burglar, known for his dramatic prison escapes, to whom Peter Linebaugh devotes an entire chapter of his magnificent book, The London Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eighteenth Century.
A key scene in both the Autobiography and the new movie shows young Malcolm Little running the riskt of burning his scalp by putting lye on his hair to straighten it.
Books allowed him to become, by turns, first Malcolm Little, then Malcolm X, and finally El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.
Civil rights activist Malcolm X - born Malcolm Little - was assassinated on Feb.
12) NY 105-8999, Malcolm Little (Malcolm X) HQ File 15 of 27, FBI Records: The Vault, 97-98.