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By Any Means Necessary is a collection of the last speeches, interviews, and a letter by Malcolm X (1925–1965). The book was edited by George Breitman and first published by Pathfinder Press, New York, in 1970. The imprint was established shortly before, in 1969, as a successor

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Mwalimu Omarwali El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Minister Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz) delivered this speech in Detroit, MI. on Feb. 13, 1965, the day after his home in New York was firebombed. He…

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Famous photograph that was in “Life” magazine in March of 1964 and again in “Ebony” in September of that same year. In the picture, Malcolm X is holding a M1 Carbine in his right hand, and pulling back the blinds on his window with his left hand, looking outside his Queens, NY, home to keep watch. He had good cause. On Feb. 14, 1965, his house was firebombed. A week later, on Feb. 21, 1965, while giving a speech, with his family in the audience, Malcolm X was assassinated. Malcolm X, Black Panther Party, Arte Bob Marley, Image Nice, Arte Do Hip Hop, Arte Punk, By Any Means Necessary, Paris Mode, Black History Facts

Famous photograph that was in “Life” magazine in March of 1964 and again in “Ebony” in September of that same year. In the picture, Malcolm X is holding a M1 Carbine in his right hand, and pulling back the blinds on his window with his left hand, looking outside his Queens, NY, home to keep watch. He had good cause. On Feb. 14, 1965, his house was firebombed. A week later, on Feb. 21, 1965, while giving a speech, with his family in the audience, Malcolm X was assassinated.

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