[Black Revolution vs. Negro Revolution] (audio)
Malcolm X: Message to the Grassroots. Detroit. November 10, 1963
C. Eric Lincoln Collection
This recording features Malcolm X delivering a message on revolution. He defines revolution using the American and French Revolutions as examples and explains the need for a Black revolution.
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X, Malcolm, "[Black Revolution vs. Negro Revolution] (audio)" (1963). C. Eric Lincoln Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 91.
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