Malcolm X Thesis

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“If you have a dog, I must have a dog. If you have a rifle, I must have a rifle. If you have a club, I must have a club. This is equality.”-Malcolm X (“Malcolm X Quotes”.). Malcolm X was an activist during the civil rights era who wanted to spread the message of equality. Even though he was treated so terribly, he continued on and became the head of ‘Nation of Islam’, a group mainly consisting of black Muslims. He influenced many people to wake up and realize that no matter what color you are; you are the same.
To begin, Malcolm X grew up with a very rough life, he and his family were nearly killed several times. In 1946, when Malcolm was twenty he went to prison for ten years for theft and breaking and entering. Later in Malcolm’s life he
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When Malcolm was a young child he and his family were almost killed numerous times. Around the age of twenty Malcolm got into stealing and drug trafficking, that is a reason he went to prison. The reason Malcolm recruited people to join his group Nation of Islam was because he was sent on a mission to teach about Islam. Malcolm recruited many people when the group was first made it only had roughly 30,000 and then it increased to 400,000. Malcolm went on a pilgrimage to Mecca, the holy land for the Islam religion. Malcolm realized that everyone is the same on that trip, and became more connected to Islam.
Finally, Malcolm’s impact on the world was very big because he started a revolution. Malcolm founded the Muslim Mosque Inc. after he left the Nation of Islam because he thought it would be better to have his own. Malcolm created a revolution with Black Muslims, because they African American were seen as horrible people. Malcolm made people realize that everybody was equal, when Malcolm went to mecca he saw that everybody can be Muslim no matter what color you are. This is how Malcolm X made an impact on the world.
In conclusion, Malcolm X had a lasting impact on the world. He impacted people because he spread the message of equality. Malcolm may have not changed the world for good, but he started a revolution to change the world