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      “By Any Means Necessary...”

      Revolutionary Black Liberation Leader in the U.S.

      Excerpt from Malcolm X Speech “Not Just An American Problem, But a World Problem” (Feb. 16, 1965)

      "And we have that set up because we realize that we have to fight against the evils of a society that has failed to produce brotherhood for every member of that society. This in no way means that we’re anti-white, anti-blue, anti-green, or antiyellow We’re anti-wrong. We’re anti-discrimination. We’re anti-segregation. We’re against anybody who wants to practice some form of segregation or discrimination against us because we don’t happen to be a color that’s acceptable to you... We don’t judge a man because of the color of his skin. We don’t judge you because you’re white; we don’t judge you because you’re black; we don’t judge you because you’re brown. We judge you because of what you do and what you practice."

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