Black History Culture : Blast from the Past: Elijah Muhammad Addresses Martin L. King Jr.

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    What would things have looked like now, if Martin and the "Civil Rights Movement" would have went along with Elijah's ideas and plans?
     
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    due to the difference in what they had to offer, the two could never have become a unified whole. as a young activist i visited the nation of islam first. but not being the religious type, i decided to try the civil rights movement, and thus became a member of congress of racial equality (c.o.r.e.) but it was not because i wanted to be the white man's "brother," nor did i believe protests and marches would bring about "integration," i.e., make my life any better. but i was a frustrated activist with a need to do something. this was great ... brought back some old memories, thanks for sharing
     
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