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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Malcolm X Martin Luther King Jr. vs What's The Difference? UPBRINGING *Born Malcolm Little in Omaha , Nebraska.*born to Louis and Earl Little*parents were Civil Rights Activist so the entire family faced harassment EDUCATION *attended West Jr. High School- only black student*excelled academically *dropped out at age 15 *moved to Boston *Boston University *Crozer Theological Seminary *Morehouse College*Washington High School *To have peace between blacks and whites*equality Well written & informativecontent that appeals visitors CHARACTERISTICS 1. The Future Belongs to those who prepare for it.- be prepared2. If you have no critics you'll likely have no success.3. America preaches integration, but practices segregation. 1.Charismatic 2.Well-spoken3.Open-minded GOALS *whites and blacks should have seperate communities *obtain equal rights even if it meant violence MESSAGE ACTIONS double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. LEGACY *Born to reverend Martin Luther King Sr. and Alberta Williams King*sister was Christine King*raised to know racial segregation *raised to know all are equal 1. Patience 2. Brave3. Persistent 1. "Lightning makes no sound It until it strikes." - Until you make an action nothing will happen.2. "We must learn to live as brothers or perish as fools." - If we do not unite and live in peace, man kind will be destroyed3. "Only in darkness can you see the stars."- When there is commotion is when humanity bands together to create light and hope. He stood as a symbol of leadership for all the people in the community. People could look up to him as the leader that really made the change for blacks. He led nonviolent movements for the people. Malcolm X raised the self-esteem of African Americans and led them to their African Heritage. He showed that blacks could do everything whites could do. He was all for defending himself and blacks even if it meant being violent. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy that he left behind includes the Black Consciousness movement and Civil Rights Movement in SA.
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