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Malcolm X's parents, Louise and Earl Little, were followers of Marcus Garvey. They had qualities that Malcolm would later show: a spirit of independence, a refusal to be intimidated, an innate black pride, and resourcefulness.

Malcolm X's parents, Louise and Earl Little, were followers of Marcus Garvey. They had qualities that Malcolm would later show: a spirit of independence, a refusal to be intimidated, an innate black pride, and resourcefulness.

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Malcolm X: Make It Plain American Experience

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