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  1. Introduction
  2. Children and Youth
  3. Education in the white community
  4. Delinquency
  5. Education in prison
  6. Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam
  7. Responsibilities
  8. Private life
  9. Conclusion

Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 - FEBRUARY 21, 1965), born Malcolm Little, also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz1 is a Muslim African American preacher, speaker and activist rights. To his admirers, he was a courageous advocate for African American rights have indicted the United States for his crimes and racial segregation of the black community. However, his critics accuse him of preaching racism, black supremacist and violence.

Malcolm Little was the son of Earl Little and Louise Little (née Louisa Norton). He lived a short time in 1909 Pinkney Street in North Omaha neighborhoods. Malcolm's father is a Baptist preacher convinced fervent supporter of Marcus Garvey and carpenter. This then calls for the return of African-Americans in Africa (Liberia), refusing integration into American society, which has largely characterized the political views of Malcolm on this subject. Earl Little is also a member of the World Association for improving the condition of black (Universal Negro Improvement Association, UNIA). Malcolm, in his Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley, described his father as an imposing black man blind (but wearing a glass eye). Four uncles were killed by whites, including a lynched.

Earl Little, was born in Georgia, already had three children (Ella, Mary, and Earl Jr.) a first bed. From his marriage with Louise Norton, he had seven children, Malcolm was the fourth. Their names were, in order of birth: Wilfred, Hilda, Philbert, Malcolm, Reginald, Yvonne, and Wesley.

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