Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam

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Malcolm X was a member of the Nation of Islam until what year?
1964
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Malcolm X and other Black Muslims felt non-violent direct action and integration ...
had failed.
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Malcolm X didn't just reject Martin Luther King's tactics, but also his...
aims.
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Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam argued that black people should live separately - aiming to '...' especially as...
Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam argued that black people should live separately - aiming to 'return to Africa' especially as many African countries had gained independence in the 1960s.
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Why did many Black Muslims replace their surname with an X?
To represent their lost African surname and reject their slave surname.
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Why did Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam refuse to work with white politicians?
They saw them as the enemy.
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The Nation of Islam/ Black Muslims was not only an alternative belief, but also represented an alternative society. It founded ... and ... in the USA to...
It founded mosques and schools in the USA to teach the faith and educate its members.
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In the mid-1960s Malcolm X was beginning to moderate his stance. Why did he convert to mainstream Islam and begin to talk in terms of a brotherhood of black and white?
After a pilgrimage to Mecca.
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Who was the leader of the Nation of Islam?
Elijah Muhammed
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In which year was Malcolm X assassinated?
1965
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Who was the leader of the Black Power Movement before Malcolm X's assassination?
Malcolm X
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