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July 2023

Malcolm X Talks to Young People

By Malcolm X
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This expanded edition of speeches by the iconic pioneer of Black radicalism includes four talks and an interview given to young people in Ghana, the United Kingdom, and the United States in the last months of his life.

The speeches reflect how his political views were evolving following his break with the Nation of Islam. Most have never before appeared in print.

The collection highlights Malcolm X's role as a leader of the worldwide movement against racism & colonialism. Included here is the 1964 debate presentation by Malcolm X at the Oxford Union in the United Kingdom, and also one of the last interviews he gave. In it he discusses the role of young people in liberation struggles worldwide, pledging to "join in with anyone, I don't care what color you are, as long as you want to change this miserable condition that exists on this earth."

A fascinating and accessible book that introduces the thinking of this great revolutionary at the end of his life, whose example and words continue to speak the truth for generation after generation. It also includes photos, notes, and an index.



Originally published by Pathfinder Press

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