As an activist wanting to improve the lives of Americans in the fifties and sixties, Malcolm realised he had to take initiative and change things in order to achieve his goals of achieving equality among the races....
[tags: Malcolm X, Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad] - “The future belongs to people who belong for it today”(Malcolm X).
While it is relative easy to notice the type of legacies these two men left, legacies of other men are often vague and they seem to be imbedded in gray shadows.
This is how many people view the life of Malcolm X.
Few even get a whole new perspective of the ever changing world around them.
For civil rights activist Malcolm Little, more commonly known as Malcolm X, it completely changed his life for the better.
His father was a devoted follower of Marcus Garvey, who was the Black Nationalist leader.
Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother, Louise Norton Little, was a homemaker while his father, Earl Little, was a Baptist minister.
[tags: Malcolm X, Black supremacy, Black nationalism] - Malcolm was a hustle in New York when he was only 15 years old.
He did a lot of occupations even marijuana trafficking.