The Autobiography of Malcolm X
This autobiography is a powerful testament to the extraordinary life and message of Malcolm X, the Muslim leader, anti-integrationist, and "most dangerous man in America." Written with veteran writer and journalist Alex Haley, the searing pages take us on a journey from Malcolm X's childhood poverty to his growth as the Nation's foremost spokesman for Islam and the Black Muslim movement. His message of power, pride, and self-determination is as relevant today as it was in the 1960s.
I was blown away by the determination and commitment that Malcolm X had to his people and to fight against a system that was not designed to support or help him or his people. – source
2013-05-20T02:38:59.000ZMany, from Malcolm X's Autobiography 2 Man's Search for Meaning RT @VarunAmbrose what were books that caused a paradigm shift in ur thinking – source
2019-06-05T16:23:31.000ZThe Autobiography of Malcolm X was a book that changed my life, here's why: – source
2015-10-27T00:00:00.000ZThat book is written in such a brilliant way that’s so relatable, even today, that I can’t think of another piece of writing that’s impacted me the way that book has. – source
2020-06-02T09:52:24.000ZIf you haven’t read his autobiography yet I recommend you do. One of the most enlightening books I’ve ever read. 2/2 – source
2020-02-02T04:37:11.000ZFor #BlackHistoryMonth I will be sharing some of my favorite books by Black Authors 1st book The Autobiography of Malcom X by Alex Haley/Malcom X I would always celebrate Malcolm X, but I didn’t read this book until my late 20’s It is never too late to educate/re-educate yourself – source