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Notes from the gatefold:
"Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spent a great deal of his life trying to bring about a peaceful revolution in America, Thru peaceful demonstrations, sit ins and marches. Before his dead, Dr. King organized the poor peoples march on Washington, D.C.
Whereas brother Malcolm X believed that no revolution in the history of the world was ever a peaceful revolution, and that no people have ever gained respect from their enemy without fighting for it."
On March 26, 1964, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. met for the first and only time in Washington, D. Less than a year later, Malcolm was dead, the victim of an assassins bullet, ending any possibility of a permanent thaw between two of Americas most influential Black leaders. The two had very different approaches to the Civil Rights Movement. Both men were born in the 1920s, sons of politically active preacher fathers. Martin Luther King gave his public reaction a few days later: I think Malcolm X did serve a role, I think he played a role in pointing out the problem, calling attention to it, but his great problem was an inability to emerge with a solution. He had slogans that were catchy and that people listened to, but I don't think he ever pointed out the solution to the problem. In death, Malcolm X would become much more than a rival. Martin Luther King Jr. born Michael King Jr. January 15, 1929 April 4, 1968 was an African American minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1955 until his assassination in 1968. King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, inspired by his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X were both civil. Martin Luther King, following the example of. Malcolm X, in the tradition of Marcus Garvey, with his sibling, Martin Luther Kings second home was the church. His father and his grandfather were pastors and their role led Martin to want to follow in their footsteps. Martin Luther King spent his extra time advancing himself in his religion. and Malcolm X both had events in their life that changed their perspectives on dealing with racism and inequality in America. Martin Luther King participated in more well known movements and had a bond with the African Americans, he did not use violence as Malcolm X but just gave inspirational speeches and participated in peaceful movements. I think MLK contributed more to the society and if he had not been killed he could have done way more. He had planned the Selma to Montgomery march and. On March 26, 1964, he met Martin Luther King, Jr. in Washington, D. after a press conference which followed both men attending the Senate to hear the debate on the Civil Rights bill. This was the only time the two men ever met their meeting lasted only one minute, just long enough for photographers to take a picture. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4, 1968, an event that sent shock waves reverberating around the world. A Baptist. His assassination led to an outpouring of anger among black Americans, as well as a period of national mourning that helped speed the way for an equal housing bill that would be the last significant legislative achievement of the civil rights era. In his speech, King seemed to foreshadow his. and Malcolm X confer, March 26, S. TrikoskoAgence France-Presse - Getty his release Malcolm became a Muslim minister and follower of Elijah Muhammad he later converted to Islam Sunni, making a pilgrimage to Mecca and travelling throughout the world espousing unity, human rights and self-determination. Malcolm X - The Second American Revolution - His Way Or His Way LP. LP-100
Performer: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. & Malcolm X
Title: The Second American Revolution - His Way Or His Way
Label: G.R. Records
Style: Speech, Political, Spoken Word
Size MP3: 1796 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP