Compare And Contrast Mlk And Malcolm X

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Title: Compare And Contrast Mlk And Malcolm X
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Malcolm X's realization of the reality, that his beliefs, as he incorporated them from Elijah Mohammad ? a key figure of African American Muslim society called the Nation of Islam, which organized many events against the Caucasian race and secretly employed illegal tactics to promote the idea that blacks should separate from whites ? were incorrect...
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After taking a pilgrimage to Mecca, a holy city for Muslims, he learned that Islam teaches racial equality, and not inequality. King, on the contrary, remained with his starting belief: King believed that blacks and whites are equal, and that one day, this will be shown to the world...
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