Compare And Contrast Martin Luther King Jr And Malcolm X

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The purpose of following research article is the comparative study about the two famous leaders Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. The article talks about the methodology implemented by both of them for their struggle preach and protest. The following study discuss their ideologies according to the violence, integrity and the role of white in the society. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X are two powerful men in particular who brought expectation to blacks in the Collective State/United states.African Americans are hopeful to have leaders who fought for a disparity in Black America. Although they shared the same point of view of equality for their people, but the strategy they implemented to make these thoughts a reality were very different.…show more content…
Later on while being a preacher he decided to be a civil rights leader, which was the beginning of his journey as a well known leader. He protests in a fine way yet still effective. Martin’s valuable words as long speeches often caught up the roving people around, and drew them into the crowd. In 1964 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for all the way of his protesting and struggles. He is still the youngest person ever to receive this noble award. Whereas in comparison the Malcolm X was, quiet a lot different. Mostly the people remember the Martin happily, but people most often tried to forget Malcolm. He was sent to prison for drug use where he was converted to Islam but previous he was in favour of isolation. Afterward his pilgrimage to Mecca he wanted to be treated equally. He was known for his bravery and most often tagged with the quotation “To do whatever it takes.” Meaning that he would do whatever it took to be considered equal. These thoughts of him led to violent acts of protesting, he was more intended in spreading “black pride”. He was assassinated by members of the Black Muslim movement on February 21,
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