Remember Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz)
There has been many gains in the years that he has been gone and yet so much remains to be done. He was one of the most charismatic figures in the civil rights movement and also one of its most feared, a former convict who abandoned his "slavemaster name," energized the Nation of Islam and met a violent end at 39. Four decades after his death, Malcolm X has inspired another movement - one aimed at re-examining and preserving his legacy.
Above all we must understand what Malcolm stood for: justice, freedom and equality for Africans in America and abroad. It is for this he fought and it is for this that he died.
Raises a clenched fist skyward for Malcolm X. I SALUTE YOU MY BROTHER For your fearlessness, and generosity Because you have chosen to stand in face of danger to defend safety and freedom. (((+))) DO THE RIGHT THING. Free your mind. Love yourself. Dare to go against the grain. Live your life as it was meant to be lived. (((+))) Continue Searching..Continue Learning..Know Thyself. liwi68.com