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Issue: 1940

Dated: 25 Feb 2005

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Malcolm X: ‘We are living in an era of revolution’

Malcolm X was assassinated 40 years ago this week. His ideas can continue to inspire us in the struggle for liberation today, says Cheryl Garvey

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Malcolm X: ‘Show me a capitalist and I’ll show you a bloodsucker’

Malcolm X was gunned down on 21 February 1965 as he addressed a political rally in Harlem, New York. The entire US establishment heaved a sigh of relief. The New York Times’ editorial the day after Malcolm’s murder said:

Malcolm X: an inspiration to Muslims struggling for justice

George Bush’s ‘war on terror’ has made Malcolm X’s vision of universal liberation uniquely relevant to Muslims today, writes civil rights activist Dr Adnan Siddiqui


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