MUHAMMAD & MALCOLM. Two of the greatest fighters in American History. I love how Ali is being his boisterous, life-of-the-party self, as Malcolm stands behind him, holding in his laughter. WHY...
El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz: The Prospects For Freedom.
January 7th, 1965. Statesman, Genius, Leader The Hon. Malcolm X speaks to the Militant Labor Forum in New York City. 45 days later his warmth, passion & supr...
Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: Incompatible or Complementary?
Martin Luther King Jr. And Malcolm X helped shape American black and white culture today. MLK and X seemingly preach two opposing futures for black politics. Martin’s call for nonviolent resistance and Malcolm’s insistence on “any means necessary” were often juxtaposed by society. Malcolm X is often misrepresented as the `black Klu Klux Klan” of…
Malcolm X (1925-1965) was one of two main black leaders in America in the 1960s, the other being Martin Luther King, Jr. They were both ministers, King a Christian, X a Muslim, and they both wanted equal rights for blacks, but they disagreed about how it could be achieved: King said it could be done…
LOOK: Black History Photo Of The Day
A picture is certainly worth a thousand words. What better way to celebrate Black History Month than by taking a moment to acknowledge the snapshots of t...
Muhammad Ali – 25 of the best photographs of the legendary boxer
Our picture editor, Jonny Weeks, has selected his favourite photographs of Muhammad Ali from the archives. The selection includes pictures of some of Ali’s most memorable fights as well as many distinctive portraits from his life outside the ring
مالكوم إكس، رجل في زمن فقير من الرجال! - تبيان
لكن ما كان "لإكس" أن يستسلم، أعجبني فيه بل أبهرني أن كان يعيش معهم في كل هذا الوقت، فيما ظنّه الحق كل الحق، مدة 12 عامًا، ظن فيها أنه مُسلم، يعمل فيها لتحرير
Cassius Clay and Malcolm X, Miami by Bob Gomel on artnet
View Cassius Clay and Malcolm X, Miami by Bob Gomel on artnet. Browse more artworks Bob Gomel from Monroe Gallery of Photography.
soulbrotherv2: “ Former restaurant co-workers Malcolm Little aka Detroit Red and John Sanford aka Chicago Red, meet again some 20 years later as Malcolm X and Redd Foxx! Image and commentary via...
Instagram post by GHANA • Nov 18, 2015 at 1:15pm UTC
1,375 Likes, 7 Comments - GHANA (@goldcoastghana_) on Instagram: “Stokely Carmichael of SNCC, Kwame Nkrumah and Shirley DuBois in Guinea, 1967. #Ghana #Guinea…”