Civil Rights Leaders
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This paper contrasts the childhood, family expectations, education and early experiences Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. The author points out their different philosophies of race relations. The paper stresses that the purpose of both men was to bring equal rights and a positive sense of black identity to African-Americans.
From the Paper:"Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X were the most influential leaders of the civil rights movement of the ...s and ...s that reshaped American society. Both were charismatic leaders whose purpose was to bring equal rights and a positive sense of black identity to African Americans but their philosophies and methods differed. King believed in integration and the inclusion of whites into the struggle for black equality and his method to achieve equality was through non-violence via civil disobedience. Malcolm X believed in black separatism and ..."
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