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|Title:||Malcolm X : Black Nationalism|
This video segment, taken from archival news footage, explores the ideology of Malcolm X, an outspoken civil rights leader in the 1960s who advocated black nationalism and separation from white society. He argued that integration represented an adoption of white values and white culture and that, instead, African Americans needed to embrace their own culture, communities, and institutions independent of the white world.
Major funding for this project is provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Supported in part by a grant from the Open Society Institute.
Grade range: 9-12.
The Civil Rights Digital Library received support from a National Leadership Grant for Libraries awarded to the University of Georgia by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the aggregation and enhancement of partner metadata.
|Types:||Instructional materials | Teaching guides | Resource units | MovingImage|
|Subjects:||X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 | African American clergy | African American men | African Americans--Civil rights--United States | African American civil rights workers | Black Muslims | Black nationalism--United States | Black power--United States | Muslims--United States | United States--Race relations | Nation of Islam (Detroit, Mich.) | United States, Michigan, Wayne County, Detroit, 42.331427, -83.0457538 | United States, New York, New York County, New York, 40.7142691, -74.0059729|
|Collection:||Teachers' Domain Civil Rights Special Collection|
|Institution:||WGBH Educational Foundation|
|Contributors:||Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Libraries. Special Collections | Teacher's Domain Civil Rights Special Collection | WGBH Educational Foundation|
Washington University Libraries, Henry Hampton Collection
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The Teachers' Domain Civil Rights Collection is a collaborative production of WGBH Education Productions, the WGBH Media Library, and WGBH Interactive, in partnership with the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and Washington University in St. Louis.
Forms part of: Teacher's Domain Civil Right Special Collection.
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|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.teachersdomain.org/resources/iml04/soc/ush/civil/malc1/|