Alternative Radio – Michael Eric Dyson's: Malcolm X & the Politics of Race

The voice of Malcolm X, silenced so abruptly in 1965, speaks today to more people than ever before. His autobiography sells 150,000 copies a year. Malcolm X's life represent an extraordinary evolution and transformation from street hustler and ex-con to an intellectual visionary with a race and class analysis. He articulated a strong challenge to the system of power and privilege. His legacy grows and expands. Malcolm X continues to inform and influence new generations of African Americans and people of color everywhere.

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Michael Eric Dyson

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