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Malcolm X: A Graphic Biography
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  african americans     anti-semitism     civil rights movements     communism     concentration camps     europe     feminism     france     imperialism     jim crow     military     nazis     nonviolence     poland     race relations     segregation     slavery     soldiers     war     wwii  

  • Annotation:
    • Malcolm X was a divisive figure in America's civil rights movement. This graphic biography tells Malcolm X's story from impoverished and troubled youth to his leadership role in the Nation of Islam. Includes his falling out with Elijah Muhammad, the NOI's powerful leader and his eventual assassination in 1965.
  • Creators:
    • Author - Andrew Helfer
    • Illustrator - Randy DuBurke
  • Publication Information:
    • Hill & Wang, New York, 2006
  • Color or Black & White: Black and White
  • Genres:
    • Biography
    • Non-Fiction
  • Bibliography Available:
    • Yes
  • Original Language
    • English
  • Historical Topic/Event
    • Civil Rights movements
  • Geographic Setting
    • United States
    • Michigan--Detroit
    • New York (City)
  • Date Range
    • 1925 - 1965
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