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Manning Marable - By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X

Manning Marable - By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X

Length: 0:57:00
Uploaded: 27 Feb, 2023

Recording Date: 21 Feb, 1992
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Logsheet: logsheet_278705.docx
Language: English
Topical for: 1 Week
Status: Complete, Ready to Air

Program Title: Manning Marable - By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X
Description: The singular voice of Malcolm X speaks today to more people than ever before. He endures as a powerful and inspirational figure. It's not hard to understand why. With his mesmerizing oratorical style and cadence, it was Malcolm who redefined the discourse on race. He moved the discussion from notions of "prejudice" and "discrimination" to racism. It was Malcolm who articulated concepts like "community control" and "white power structure" and “the field Negro and the house Negro.” It was Malcolm who made it clear that Blacks were the victims of a system of domination and exploitation that was not regional but national, not superficial but structural, not episodic but ongoing and intentional. His uncompromising critical analysis gave Malcolm his moral authority. He was assassinated on February 21, 1965, but as new generations discover him, his ideas live on.

Featured Speakers/Guests: Manning Marable was a professor of African American studies at Columbia University. His syndicated column “Along the Color Line” appeared in over 400 newspapers and journals worldwide. He wrote many books, including How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America and his masterwork Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention.



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