Remembering Malcolm X - Black Power, Anti-Capitalism and Revolution
Rosa Parks with a poster of Malcolm X
Malcolm X paying tribute to Claudia Jones
'Anytime you live in a society supposedly based upon law and it doesn’t enforce its own laws because the color of a man’s skin happens to be wrong, then I say those people are justified to resort to any means necessary to bring about justice when the government can’t give them justice.’
Malcolm X at the Oxford Union
Malcolm X’s legacy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination is to recognise that the fight against racism must be a fight against the system that produces it.
Anthony Hamilton on Malcolm's X's Road to Revolution
See also Mike Davis on America's black shining prince, Lee Sustar on Malcolm's revolutionary politics, Brian Richardson on Manning Marable's biography of Malcolm X, Saladin Ambar on Malcolm X at the Oxford Union and Ken Olende and Avtar Singh Jouhl of the Indian Workers Association on when Malcolm X came to Smethwick just nine days before his assassination in February 1965. For more on Malcolm X in Britain, see Marika Sherwood's study Malcolm X: Visits Abroad.