Malcolm X and the Radicalization of the Black Student Movement 1960–1973
Figure 1. Malcolm X speaking in a Durham, North Carolina lodge hall on April 18, 1963. Originally scheduled at North Carolina Central University, his speech was moved after university officials denied the controversial former Black Muslim permission to appear on campus. (Photograph by Harold Moore, courtesy of the Herald-Sun). 276 | Fighting for Our Place in the Sun Figure 2. January 11, 1969. Some of the 65 Black students who seized control of Ford Hall at Brandeis University are holding a banner with a picture of Malcolm X and legend reading “Malcolm University”. In front of the building Lloyd Daniels (C) reads a statement concerning their demands. He is flanked by Reginald Sapp (L) and Randal Bailey. The stu- dents are demanding more Black representation in the academic community. (AP Images). Illustrations | 277 Figure 3. March 18, 1971. Stokely Carmichael quotes from the book “Malcolm X Speaks” during an address March 18, 1971 at the opening of the Third World Conference at the University of Houston in Texas. (AP Images). 278 | Fighting for Our Place in the Sun Fi gu re 4 . Bl ac k stu de nt s l ea ve th e ca m pu s a fte r v ac at in g th e Al le n Ad m in ist ra tio n Bu ild in g in th e w ak e of it s t ak eo ve r t o pr ot es t t he ca m pu s r ac ia...
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