3 thoughts on “MAKE IT PLAIN”

  1. Before I watched the video I didn’t have much of an opinion on Malcolm X. I’d heard the name in history class once or twice in four years of high school so it never really dawned on me just how important he was.
    Malcolm said the things that needed to be said that no one else was willing to say. He was an important man because he had power. The fruit of Islam followed him in just about everything he did and that left a lot of worry within white communities because in one man’s words ” no man should have that much power,” let alone that this man was african american and could simply wave his hand and control large numbers of people.
    Another thing I found interesting in this video was the fact that when Malcolm was converted, it took him a week to bow down. I think that shows what Malcolm was about and what he stood for.

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