Malcolm X, the enemy of racism, who did not abandon his thoughts against the racist pressures suffered by blacks, into a quick policy that was meticulously designed to achieve a political, anti-capitalist evolution . This process was briefly killed on February 21, 1965, without mercy. The topics contained in this book include the last two conversations that were addressed to the public in the last week of his life, not only to convey a little more talk than Malcolm X. In addition, the talks on the radio in December 1984 are included, which indicates that Malcolm X has evolved into a light-cut and relaxed thought, and also that he acquired a comprehensive tour of the Middle East and Africa from July to November. experiences.

 Malcolm X (Malcolm Little and later Haji Malik al-Şahbaz, English: el-Hajj Malik Shabazz) (Omaha, 19 May 1925 New York, 21 February 1965), is an American politician, black rights advocate. In 1952, a black Muslim named Malcolm X entered the movement. Elijah followed Muhammad’s path and adopted the idea of establishing a black republic that would be completely independent within the United States. However, in March 1964, two people were opened; Malcolm X founded the African-American Union organization and made two trips to Africa and the Middle East in 1964 (found for Hajj in Mecca). He was killed a year after his return. He finishes his primary education in the black quarter of Massachusetts. Even though he wants to go to college, he starts working at a young age. When you say Michigan and Boston, he’ll find himself in Harlem. As a black, the way he lives is given to him, he eventually lowers him to prison. He tells the university that he has completed the streets of Harlem and that his doctoral thesis has been prepared in prison for a long time. He fixes his reading hunger in prison. He reads books in the prison library one by one. For the years of prison: “If a person needs to think, the best place to go is if asked me, it’s a prison after college.