Malcolm X Scholarship Guide
|Laura Warren Hill||Article||Hill, Laura Warren. "We Are Black Folks First": The Black Freedom Struggle in Rochester, NY and the Making of Malcolm X. The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics, and Culture, December 2010.|
|Abdul Alkalimat||Book||Peniel, Joseph. "Malcolm X, Harlem, and Americasn Democracy," Chapter 2 in Dark Days, Dark Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama. Basic Civitas Books, 2010.|
|Abdul Alkalimat||Article||Young, Kurt. "Malcolm X and the new Politics of Pan-African Nationalism," Social Science Research Network http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1952180, October 31, 2011.|
|Abdul Alkalimat||Book||Sinclair, Abiola; Smith, Klytus and others. The Harlem Cultural/Political Movements 1960 - 1970: From Malcolm X to "Black is Beautiful", Gumbs & Thomas Publishers, 1995.|
|Brian Zelip||Audio||Keith LeBlanc, No Sell Out, Tommy Boy Records, 1983.|
|Abdul Alkalimat||Book||eds Herb Boyd, Ron Daniels,
Maulana Karenga, and Haki R. Madhubuti.
By Any Means Necessary, Malcolm X: Real Not Invented, Third World Press, 2012.
|Abdul Alkalimat||Article||Ambar, Saladin. "Malcolm X at the Oxford Union," Race and Class, April-June, 2012.|
|Abdul Alkalimat||Article||LaMothe, Ryan. "Political Humiliation, Object Use, and Psychological Changes in the Life of Malcolm X," The Psychoanalytic Review, Vol 99, No 1, pp 103-129.|
|Dan Mays||Audio||Philip Cohran and the Artistic Heritage Ensemble, The Malcolm X Memorial (A Tribute In Music), Katalyst Entertainment, February 25, 1968.|
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