Four-year-old Malcolm Little watched his home burn down November 7,
1929. He and his family escaped, but the incident would haunt
Malcolm for the rest of his life. It was but one of the many
injustices Malcolm and his family, and other African Americans,
suffered in the United States where segregation and discrimination
were law. Lifes lessons turned Malcolm Little into a controversial,
defiant, and rebellious man named Malcolm X. He became the best
known spokesperson for the Nation of Islam and one of the most
influential leaders of the Civil Rights movement. His outspoken
nature gained him many followers and just as many enemies. Malcolm
Xs life came to a violent end in 1965, but his fight for justice
and equality will forever be remembered.
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