Posted by Media Outrage on 17th February 2014
Malcolm X was undoubtedly one of our greatest and most fearless leaders during the civil rights era or any other for that matter.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 7th February 2014
Malcolm X was one of our most fearless, eloquent, educated and loving leaders during the Civil Rights era. This man sacrificed his life for advancement of African people here in America.
Many Africans in America still have no connection or knowledge of our TRUE HISTORY that is nothing but GLORIOUS. Europeans have done everything they can to try and separate Egypt which was originally named Kemet by the indigenous people on the continent of Africa which was originally named Alkebul-an. The Greeks renamed the continent “Africa” and Kemet, “Egypt”.
Listen to brother Malcolm break down the glorious past our people thrived in since we are the ones that gave the world civilization, language, mathematics, astronomy, religion, art and everything else.
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Posted by Media Outrage on 10th May 2013
Malcolm X’s grandson, Malcolm Shabazz was killed yesterday in Mexico during an attempted robbery….
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Posted by Media Outrage on 15th December 2011
Malcolm X’s youngest daughter Malikah Shabazz was locked up for… Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on 11th June 2010
Malcolm X was one of the greatest and most influential African-Americans in U.S. history. His courageous fight for the liberation of black people in the states was pivotal in moving us past the ‘Jim Crow’ era of segregation. We just wanted to take a minute to remember brother Malcolm.
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