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From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcom X and the Organization of Afro-America Unity
     

From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcom X and the Organization of Afro-America Unity

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ISBN-10: 0896084809

ISBN-13: 9780896084803

Pub. Date: 07/01/1999

Publisher: South End Press


One of the few books that offers historical research about the OAAU, a revolutionary organization founded by Malcom X and rooted in tradtions of black nationalism, self-determination and human rights. The author establishes the relevance of Malcolm's political legacy for the task of rebuilding the movement for Black liberation almost thity years after his

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One of the few books that offers historical research about the OAAU, a revolutionary organization founded by Malcom X and rooted in tradtions of black nationalism, self-determination and human rights. The author establishes the relevance of Malcolm's political legacy for the task of rebuilding the movement for Black liberation almost thity years after his assassination.

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ISBN-13:
9780896084803
Publisher:
South End Press
Publication date:
07/01/1999
Series:
African-American Studies
Pages:
247
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

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From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcom X and the Organization of Afro-America Unity 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you want to know a detail analysis of Malcolm's post Mecca activities in the U.S. and internationally, I recommend this book. If you appreciate Malcolm as an historic figure, I recommend his autobiography, Malcolm X Speaks, The Judas Factor and this book. This book if filled with information about Malcolm's two organizations the Muslim Mosque Inc, and the Organization of Afro-American unity that sets the standard of recording history about Malcolm's short-lived movement due to his tragic assassination.