“I say this to you, as I say to myself: If Malcolm and his message, so strong, so bright and so pure, was too good for those of us who have already reached manhood, there is a generation who is not yet spoiled, not yet degutted, not yet de-bold, not yet emasculated, who when they come into the light of this truth will rise up and redeem him and us and all the rest of the world. That is the meaning of Malcolm X.” – Ossie Davis
We are that generation.
We are ready to rise up.
Join us live on today’s walk for a historic conversation about the life and legacy of Malcolm X and the Shabazz family.
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Pharoah Sanders – Hum Allah Hum Allah Hum Allah:
Malcolm X’s Fiery Speech Addressing Police Brutality:
Ossie Davis’s eulogy for Malcolm X (The ending of the Malcolm X movie):