Malcolm X: The Quintessential Intellectual
After being put in prison, a street hustler named Malcolm changed his life, embarking on a journey that would alter the course of the civil rights movement. In prison Malcolm was frustrated with his lack of writing skills while trying to express himself in letters. He decided to acquire a dictionary to expand his meager vocabulary. Diligently he studied new subjects, eventually copying the entire dictionary and becoming well versed in politics, social and racial issues, with an emphasis on history. The kind of education he didn't't learn in school as a child. When Malcolm was released ,…
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