Black People : Watch the White Divide and Conquer machine go! Malcolm X interview at UC Berkeley (Oct. 11, 1963)

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    This entire conversation is about isolating the NOI.. every single question is positioned between the political boundaries of different socio-political groups inside and outside the black community. The goal is to highlight every possible point of contention in the hopes that the masses will pick sides.. and the goal here is for folks to pick any side other than Malcolm's side.​
    The white man sitting between these two black men has a symbolic significance.​
     
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    To this day, I dont participate in one-sided conversations. If their is no engagement from the other side, I drop out. These dudes arent listening at all.. reading straight from a rehearsed script..
     
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    Mr. Blake is still alive and kicking..

    He later became involved with the Black Power movement.. He worked with Huey Newton on "Revolutionary Suicide".. He also wrote a book entitled, " A Negro At Berkeley: the agony and rage".

    I sent him an email.. to see if he was willing to talk more about that session with Malcolm in '63.. and about his work with Huey. I'd like to know how it impacted his politics.. his career.. etc.

    http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/provost/about/bios/blake.htm
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