Malcolm X

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militant civil rights leader (1925-1965)

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Omowale: The whole foundation and basis of the gun club is to be able to work with other organizations.
But the police automatically view him as a suspect."- Babu Omowale, cofounder of the Huey P.
"Our early actions in the late 1970s, through the Mobilisation Committee Against Police Brutality, confronted the police killings of the era, and the intelligence gathering against our community, whose purpose was to terrorise, destabilise and undermine the revolutionary political leadership and struggle," explains D12's spokesman Omowale Clay.
Baldwin employs multimedia technologies to present--in one location--"Malcolm Little," "Malcolm X," "Omowale," and "El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz." While the audio track follows the replacement of Malcolm's X by the ceremonial name Omowale ("the son who has returned"), Baldwin simultaneously offers two more images of nominal inscription: El Hajj Malik El Shabazz in the Book of the Holy Register of True Muslims and Malcolm Little in a family Bible in 1925.
Omowale's (1997) suggestion that African Americans ardently reject past, present, and future White American corruptive influences as they pertain to African American self-worth, African American attractiveness, and African American intellectual capacities/competence seems critical.
Communicating gender agency and structuration in the organizing of the Spiritual Baptist Church in Barbados, Omowale Tanimu Elson, Howard University
Ismith Khan tells Obeah stories, Olive Senior and Ian McDonald offer tall tales, Robert Antoni gives us a trickster tale, Marina Ama Omowale Maxwell rewrites an African legend, Claude-Michel Prevost contributes a voudoun filmscript, Nalo Hopkinson writes a duppie tale, and Marcia Douglas gives an etiological legend.
D'Oyen, and Safroadu Yeboah-Amankwah are consultants in McKinsey's Chicago office; Wura Abiola is a consultant in the London office; and Omowale Crenshaw is a former consultant in the Washington, DC office.
The Omowale School - a member of the Independent Black School Movement in Pasadena - has adopted an Afrocentric program, designed to nurture the intellectual potential of the African-American child.
Marina Area Omowale Maxwell uses the orchid to express a sentiment that recalls Antonio Machado's standing before an elm tree by the Duero River:
Chief Executive Officer, Field of Skills and Dreams Academy, Mrs Omowale Ogunrinde, in her remarks, urged Nigerians to tap into the opportunities here in the country rather than craving for green pasture abroad.
Malcolm Omowale X, is not handicapped by the affliction of academeitis.