relief his role as a black citizen of the world.1 He toured numerous African. Black Nationalism: a racialized form of group or national identity which advocated a separate nation status for blacks. The American Black Nationalism and the international African freedom struggle both were fighting the same system of American and European racist imperial oppression. Analyzing the document through this lens, students will come together to discuss the different ways in which Malcolm X connected international anti-colonial revolutionary struggles with the African American struggle against racism, particularly focusing on the relationships between international institutions, United States and European governments structures of racist. To that extent, the self-presentation and reception of the civil rights movement can be viewed as an integral part of Europes intellectual and cultural history. After individually analyzing the text, students will be split up into small groups once again, discussing the major topics that they were directed to examine at home. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. With this analytical framework constructed, students will be asked to read the Speech at the Audubon closely, analyzing the ways in which Malcolm X ties his experience in Africa into his speech, as well as focusing on the ways in which Malcolm X connects anti-colonial African.
African -American, struggle and Social/Political Controversies
Conservative politicians, for example, warned about the risk of race riots similar to those in America happening in Europe as well if uncontrolled immigration were allowed to continue and if African-American protest tactics were adopted. Participants: Martin Klimke, University of Heidelberg, Germany. For a list.S. The Black Book: The True Political Philosophy of Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz). What social, economic and political structures and tools employed by the United States government does Malcolm X identify as present in both the American white supremacist society and the European African colonial institutions?