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Malcolm X Explains Stand of 'Militant Militants'; Says Negroes Are 'Just as Human as All Others'

Title

Malcolm X Explains Stand of 'Militant Militants'; Says Negroes Are 'Just as Human as All Others'

Description

In this exclusive interview for Dartmouth’s student newspaper, Malcolm X explains the inspiration he derives from his Muslim faith, why he broke with the Black Muslim movement, why he believes American Civil Rights groups are “well intentioned, but misguided,” and his work with the Organization for Afro-American Unity.

Creator

Christopher Langley

Containing Publication

The Dartmouth

Date Created

1965-01-28

Place of Publication

Hanover, NH

Rights

In Copyright

Rights Holder

The Dartmouth, Inc.

Citation Information

Langley, Christopher. The Dartmouth, “Malcolm X Explains Stand of 'Militant Militants'; Says Negroes Are 'Just as Human as All Others'.” Jan. 28, 1965. Hanover, NH: The Dartmouth, Inc., 1965. Reference LH1.D3 D2, Rauner Special Collections Library.

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