Malcolm X: In Remembrance of the Courageous

By James C. Frasure III – InnerKwest

We have taken the time to remember the fearless civil rights activist Malcolm X, born May 19, 1925 and assassinated February 21, 1965.

Malcolm X was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist who was a prominent figure during the civil rights movement.

57 Years Later Same Malignant Issues Remain

Fifty-Seven years after Malcolm’s assassination the same malignant issues remain prominent in the American fabric.

Mass murder of African-Americans remain as a favorite terroristic tactic to intimidate and purge Blacks from the face of American citizenry.

In the aftermath of the Buffalo massacre, Charleston SC church shooting, George Floyd execution all the way to the Tulsa public staged murders’, Malcolm’s solutions must once again be contemplated, because the house is on fire.

For those unwilling to respond to the frequent engagement African-Americans are now experiencing on a daily basis, the label “house Negros” is clearly their reflection.

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It is evident African-Americans still find it necessary to seek assimilation into the American-Euro culture by changing the way they look, talk, walk, eat and smell. It is also apparent the American-Euro still feels safe with their white supremacy ideology, whether it be hidden or in your face MAGA.

I am sure Malcolm X would be greatly disappointed at the present day situations African-Americans still find themselves chained and shackled no matter the perceived status in American society they claim. For African-Americans its only a claim and not a real life state of being. InnerKwest®

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