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Malcolm X


How did Malcolm X think we could defeat racism?

How did Malcolm X think we could defeat racism? Antony Hamilton’s new book A Rebel’s Guide to Malcolm X holds vital lessons for all revolutionaries, Nadia Sayed and Naima Omar told Alistair Farrow

When we invited Malcolm X to Smethwick

When we invited Malcolm X to Smethwick Avtar Singh Jouhl invited Malcolm X to Smethwick days before his assassination fifty years ago. He spoke to Ken Olende about the visit’s impact on the fight against racism

A definitive account of Malcolm X

A definitive account of Malcolm X Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention by Manning Marable reviewed by Yuri Prasad

Change through the ballot or the bullet

Kerri Parke's third and final column on US black radical Malcolm X looks at his last year

The Nation of Islam and the fight for dignity

The Nation of Islam and the fight for dignity In the second column in our series on Malcolm X, Kerri Parke looks at his radicalisation

Malcolm X: A fighter enraged by the racism of the US

Malcolm X: A fighter enraged by the racism of the US More than 40 years after his death, Malcolm X is as relevant as he was in the 1960s. He remains a revered figure of defiance against all forms of racist oppression, especially among young people.

Malcolm X

26 February 2005
Read this issue's Malcolm X supplement on the fortieth anniversary of his assassination.

Malcolm X: an inspiration to Muslims struggling for justice

25 February 2005
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

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

25 February 2005
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

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

25 February 2005
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: Fight back by any means necessary

31 August 2002
"Show me a capitalist and I'll show you a bloodsucker"

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