Posted on April 19, by sdonline When we engage W. The concept of the color-line refers essentially to the role of race and racism in history and society. But of necessity, for Du Bois, it requires a multidimensional analysis which identifies and seeks to understand the intersection of race and class as both modes of domination and modes of resistance on the national and international level. After identifying and discussing major problems of the world, Du Bois concludes b:
The quotations are divided into little subcategories. Unless stated otherwise, they are all by Malcolm X. By Any Means Necessary Some of you teenagers, students. How do you think I feel and I belong to a generation ahead of you - how do you think I feel to have to tell you, 'We, my generation, sat around like a knot on a wall while the whole world was fighting for its hum an rights - and you've got to be born into a society where you still have that same fight.
I'll tell you what we did. And don't you make the same mistake we made Some of them are just children and some haven't reached their teens. It is the teenagers abroad, all over the world, who are actually involving themselves in the struggle to eliminate oppression and exploitation.
In the Congo, the refugees point out that many of the Congolese revolutionaries, they shoot all the way down to seven years old - that's been reported in the press. Because the revolutionaries are children, young people.
In these countries, the young people are the ones who most quickly identify with the struggle and the necessity to eliminate the evil conditions that exist. And here in this country, it has been my own observation that when you get into a conversation on racism and discrimination and segregation, you will find young people more incensed over it - they feel more filled with an urge to eliminate it.
If I'm following a general, and he's leading me into a battle, and the enemy tends to give him rewards, or awards, I get suspicious of him.
Especially if he gets a peace award before the war is over.
At one time the whites in the United States called him a racialist, and extremist, and a Communist. King wants the same thing I want -- freedom! King to know that I didn't come to Selma to make his job difficult. I really did come thinking I could make it easier. If the white people realize what the alternative is, perhaps they will be more willing to hear Dr.
King on Malcolm X: But afterwards he took my wife aside, and said he thought he could help me more by attacking me than praising me. He thought it would make it easier for me in the long run. Martin Luther King's non-violent marching, that dramatizes the brutality and the evil of the white man against defenseless blacks.
And in the racial climate of this country today, it is anybody's guess which of the "extremes" in approach to the black man's problems might personally meet a fatal catastrophe first -- "non-violent" Dr. King, or so-called "violent" me. It is criminal to teach a man not to defend himself, when he is the constant victim of brutal attacks.
It is legal and lawful to own a shotgun or a rifle. We believe in obeying the law. I don't call it violence when it's self-defense, I call it intelligence.Feb 22, · A History of Race and Racism in America, in 24 Chapters Image Clockwise, from top left: Phillis Wheatley, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Alice Walker, Michelle Alexander, Margaret Mitchell, Edgar Rice Burroughs and Thomas Jefferson.
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