Malcolm X and Cairo

Later in his life, Malcolm X had established a reputation as a respected leader all across the Middle East and Africa. His visits to various heads of state made him a target of the U.S. intelligence community and he was barred from both France and England. He understood he was becoming a threat because he was helping to unite the non-white population of the planet which had only recently unshackled itself from its colonial slavemasters. Ready my essay.


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