Malcolm X

Malcolm Little was born in Nebraska in 1925. He changed his name to Malcolm X after converting to Islam in the early 1950s. He was an advocate of "black power." Malcolm X co-authored the book 'The Autobiography of Malcolm X,' which was published after his assassination in 1965.

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What is the name of Jon Henry Bonhams sister How many kids does John Henry Bonham have?

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What is the penalty for giving a new car back to the creditors because you can't afford it and really do not like it?

Your credit score will go down. Answer. This is known as a voluntary repossesion. It is not very different from a involuntary repossesion. You will ruin your credit score and also will not be eligable for other auto financing anytime in the near future (if you do get approved for another vehicle in the next few years it will be at a ridiculous intrest rate... Like 26%) the best bet is to talk with your dealer to try and back out of the deal or to sell the vehicle you are dissatisfied with. Your credit history will probably indicate a reposession..this lasts for at least 7 years. The creditor may also sue you for any defeciancy balance once your car is sold at auction. It can be very difficult to attain auto financing once this happens.

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What year did JLS win the X-factor?

They didn't win but they became runners up in 2008

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Was Marin Luther King a good person?

yes he was

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What are some articles of clothing that begin with the letter H?

Hats Holsters Hipster jeans High-tops

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Decade - 1960s
Civil Rights Movement

What impact did Malcolm X have on the civil rights movement?

One of the objectives of the Civil Rights Movement was to shed light on and address unfair discriminatory practices. Malcolm X (if nothing else) shed light on many deplorable conditions faced by people of African descent. When Malcolm X was featured in a week-long television special with Mike Wallace in 1959 he most certainly shed light on unfair discriminatory practices. While it is not possible to accurately measure his impact, it is fair to say that he impacted the Civil Rights movement by helping to expose discriminatory practices which ultimately led to significant changes in what the legal system declared unlawful.

For example, a number of laws were put into place that had a significant impact on the lives and civil rights of Black people. For instance, from 1959-1965, sixteen states passed fair housing laws that prohibited racial, religious, and national origin discrimination in various sectors of the private housing market. In 1954 the US Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education declared segregation in public schools unconstitutional, nullifying the earlier judicial doctrine of "separate but equal." In 1965, President Johnson signed the US Voting Rights Act of 1965. This act prohibited literacy tests and poll taxes which had been used to prevent blacks from voting.

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Was Malcolm X a member of a college fraternity?


the Iota Phi Theta

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What crime did Malcolm X go to prison?

He did burglary

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How was Malcolm X different from the king?

Marin Luther King believed in nonviolence. Example in his opinion if someone threw a rock at you you took it. At first Malcolm believed in black and white separation and self defence. Until he went to Mecca then he changed his opinions and went with something like Martin Luther King did.

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What does take your hand out of my pocket mean?

It is a famous quote from Malcolm X's assassination. A member of the group, Nation Of Islam shouted it to cause a distraction while other members shot X.

It is also used if one feels they are getting ripped off.

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Who was the man who made Malcolm X's ring?

the ring was made by the official jeweler of the Nation of Islam. His name is brother Razma. You can see this and other NOI jewelry at .

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Civil Rights Movement

Why did the actions of the police and other authorities increase the tension during the Civil Rights Movement?

The actions of police and other authorities increased tension during the civil rights movement by resorting to physical violence to force them into submission. Fire hoses, attack dogs billy clubs and tear gas were some of the methods used against unarmed and helpless black people and their supporters. Racism and segregated public areas were still in effect in many cities and became hotbeds for many confrontations and riots that are an huge part of African American history and give much credit to the fight for equality. Law enforcement DID increase the tension during the Civil Rights Movement but force, no matter how excessive, can never decrease the human spirit in search of truth and justice.

We must understand that most of the white police officers and people in authority were members of the klan and its "off-branches." Although they were supposed to "protect and serve," they only "protected" the racist way of life and "served" the needs and wants of racial segregationists.

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Was Malcolm X in a gang?

naww bro

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What did Malcolm X do?

Malcolm x spoke against the unfair treatment to the African Americans. In addition Malcolm X was a leader in the Nation of Islam in the 1960's promoting self-pride and nationalism for African Americans. He preached his message of black activism for blacks only until his trip to Mecca where he realized that Blacks and Whites could co-exist harmoniously. He took his new message back to America but was unfortunately assassinated before his message could be fully heard.

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What is Malcolm X's catch phrase?

I will quote on quote "Get your bits out now you little catholic boys, I will destroy you like your priests did already"

African-American History
Malcolm X

Who was Malcolm X?

Malcolm X,also known as Detroit red, was a African American that while in prison converted to Islam and after his sentence for promoting violence as a spokesperson for the Islamic religion. He went to prison for 6 years for breaking and entering charges to feed his drug habit. He believed that races should not mix.He then went on his journey to Mecca and he saw races from all nationalities breaking bread and communing with each other. Upon his arrival back to the Untied States he changed his stand on race mixing and peaceful protest. He was killed in 1965, at the age of 39.

Malclom X is a black rights activist who stood up for blacks and made speeches

'He looked kind of like Paul Walker.'

An advocate for African Americans and a contemporary of Martin Luther King Jr
Malcolm X was a black man who was assassinated. When he was younger his father was killed and his mother was later put in a mental hospital. He later turned to crime and was sentenced to ten years in prison. While there he was converted to Islam. When he got out of prison he started preaching to people about Islam. His real name was Malcolm Little but he changed it to Malcolm X. He did this because he believed that Little was not his real name but passed down by his ancestors when they were brought to America and were forced to be slaves. So in changing his last name to X it was a sign for unknown.

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Where was Earl Little father of Malcolm X born?

Reynolds, Georgia - As All Great Men Are From Georgia " Go Dawgs "

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Do narcissists have any true religious beliefs?

God is everything the narcissist ever wants to be: omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, admired, much discussed, and awe inspiring. God is the narcissist's wet dream, his ultimate grandiose fantasy. But God comes handy in other ways as well.

The narcissist alternately idealizes and devalues figures of authority.

In the idealization phase, he strives to emulate them, he admires them, imitate them (often ludicrously), and defends them. They cannot go wrong, or be wrong. The narcissist regards them as bigger than life, infallible, perfect, whole, and brilliant. But as the narcissist's unrealistic and inflated expectations are inevitably frustrated, he begins to devalue his former idols.

Now they are "human" (to the narcissist, a derogatory term). They are small, fragile, error-prone, pusillanimous, mean, dumb, and mediocre. The narcissist goes through the same cycle in his relationship with God, the quintessential authority figure.

But often, even when disillusionment and iconoclastic despair have set in -- the narcissist continues to pretend to love God and follow Him. The narcissist maintains this deception because his continued proximity to God confers on him authority. Priests, leaders of the congregation, preachers, evangelists, cultists, politicians, intellectuals -- all derive authority from their allegedly privileged relationship with God.

Religious authority allows the narcissist to indulge his sadistic urges and to exercise his misogynism freely and openly. Such a narcissist is likely to taunt and torment his followers, hector and chastise them, humiliate and berate them, abuse them spiritually, or even sexually. The narcissist whose source of authority is religious is looking for obedient and unquestioning slaves upon whom to exercise his capricious and wicked mastery. The narcissist transforms even the most innocuous and pure religious sentiments into a cultish ritual and a virulent hierarchy. He prays on the gullible. His flock become his hostages.

Religious authority also secures the narcissist's narcissistic supply. His coreligionists, members of his congregation, his parish, his constituency, his audience -- are transformed into loyal and stable sources of narcissistic supply. They obey his commands, heed his admonitions, follow his creed, admire his personality, applaud his personal traits, satisfy his needs (sometimes even his carnal desires), revere and idolize him.

Moreover, being a part of a "bigger thing" is very gratifying narcissistically. Being a particle of God, being immersed in His grandeur, experiencing His power and blessings first hand, communing with him -- are all sources of unending narcissistic supply. The narcissist becomes God by observing His commandments, following His instructions, loving Him, obeying Him, succumbing to Him, merging with Him, communicating with Him -- or even by defying him (the bigger the narcissist's enemy -- the more grandiosely important the narcissist feels).

Like everything else in the narcissist's life, he mutates God into a kind of Inverted Narcissist. God becomes his dominant source of supply. He forms a personal relationship with this overwhelming and overpowering entity -- in order to overwhelm and overpower others. He becomes God vicariously, by the proxy of his relationship with Him. He idealizes God, then devalues Him, then abuses him. This is the classic narcissistic pattern and even God himself cannot escape it.

Based on my book "Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited"

(c) 2003 Lidija Rangelovska Narcissus Publications

No, there is only room for 1 God in the universe. Them.

Here is a direct quote from an N that I know.

"Religion is for weak people and women. Jesus was a very clever man because he found a way to get famous forever. All those rules in the Bible are just so power figures can have control and use it to control the weak. There are so many stupid meaningless rules, like women can't wear make-up or bikinis cause it causes strife in the village with all the women that can't fit into bikinis, then jealousy is evil, so that should make the anit-binkini women evil, but somehow it makes the binkini women evil. It's just too complicated. Plus I don't want to give my money to a church."

My ex used his 'direct communication' with God as a way to justify his actions and his cruel treatment of me. How could I ague with that? Well, I tried, but then he saw me as spiritually less advanced than him. In his public life he fronts organisations and initiatives that seek to promote human and religious understanding - oh, the irony of it all!

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Civil Rights Movement

How important was Malcolm X to the black power movement?

very importent

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What happened to Malcolm X's mother?

she was brutually hammered

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What does that's what she said mean?

It Means That What She Said When She Was Having Sex With A Guy. :)

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What are some adjectives you would describe Malcolm x?

strong, independent, multi cultural,


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