Martin Luther King Jr.'s Dream for the Future
and Malcolm X The Civil Rights Movement: Dr.
After attending elementary school for one year Martin Luther King got expelled from school after his second grade teacher found out that he was only five years old which was a year too young to be in second grade in 1934 (5).
Contrast between Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X’s attempt to achieve his goals through revolutionary top-down methods and Fannie Lou Hamer’s focus on the need for grassroots movements contributed to the Civil Rights movement significantly by encouraging and assisting Bla...
and Malcolm X grew up in very different environments.
These are the questions often asked about humanity and in the book “outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell he explains what we question about in depth and it explains everything in a sociological perspective.
If there was a Martin Luther King Jr., there had to be a Malcolm X.
Hinton's injuries were treated and by the time he was returned to the police station, some four thousand people had gathered outside. Inside the station, Malcolm X and an attorney were making bail arrangements for two of the Muslims. Hinton was not bailed, and police said he could not go back to the hospital until his arraignment the following day. Considering the situation to be at an impasse, Malcolm X stepped outside the stationhouse and gave a hand signal to the crowd. Nation members silently left, after which the rest of the crowd also dispersed. One police officer told the New York Amsterdam News: "No one man should have that much power. " Within a month Malcolm X was under surveillance by the New York City Police Department, which also made inquiries with authorities in other cities in which he had lived, and prisons in which he had served time. A grand jury declined to indict the officers who beat Hinton, and in October, Malcolm X sent an angry telegram to the police commissioner. Soon undercover officers were assigned to infiltrate the Nation of Islam.
And Malcolm X helped shape American black and white Jr.
But in a time of violent actions Malcolm X's philosophies made the Martin Luther King and Malcolm X - Polk County Schools Essay Question: In this lesson you learned about the Civil Rights Movement and its Martin Luther King, Jr.