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Malcolm X, Black Liberation, and the Road to Workers Power

This book is about Malcolm X
"Malcolm X, Black Liberation, and the Road to Workers Power" delves into the transformative period of the mid-20th century when the Black liberation struggle in the U.S. gained momentum, fueled by the mass migration of African Americans seeking opportunity in northern cities. This book vividly portrays how Malcolm X, emerging as a pivotal leader, articulated the struggle as part of a global fight for human rights against systems of exploitation. Through a rich narrative that includes over 130 photographs and drawings, the book captures the essence of Malcolm X’s vision where the battle for racial justice intersects profoundly with economic justice, pointing towards a revolutionary conquest by the working class to establish a society founded on human solidarity rather than division. Published on February 1, 2010, this compelling read is ideal for college students studying social justice, providing historical context and encouraging a deeper understanding of how past struggles shape current issues. Engaging and informative, it challenges readers to reflect on how they can contribute to a world where freedom, justice, and equality are not ideals, but realities.
Published by Pathfinder Press on February 1, 2010
400 pages
ISBN: 9781604880212
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