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Malcolm X on Front Page Challenge, 1965: CBC Archives | CBC


In this clip from 1965, after leaving the Nation of Islam, Malcolm X appears on CBC-TV’s ‘Front Page Challenge’ weeks before his assassination. He proclaims, “I’m against any form of segregation and racism.” For more classic clips, go to http://www.cbc.ca/archives
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  1. this is very true , i've never thought about the problem with blacks as a world problem but an american problem. the world fund a way to help jews when the world turned their backs and did nothing. why not do it for blacks also.

  2. Malcolm was misinformed.  Believe me that the blacks would much rather live in the USA, where they milk off the social services and welfare programs then to move back to Africa, where they won't get any Government goodies that they do here in America.

  3. From 1:42, what he said so reminded me of how when people say Black Lives Matter, and someone ( usually white) comes in an says things like All Lives Matter, as if black people didnt suffer more than other races throughout history. He was so spot on in what he said. May Allah have mercy on him. What a man.

  4. I admire this man greatly… Although he was slightly disingenuous at times (like when he said he was happy to see a plane full of white people crash then denying it), he did all that was in his power for a rightful cause that he truly believed in. Not many people like that nowadays.

  5. I, as a Muslim, believe and know that there are still Muslim leaders and scholars who share similar views to Malcolm X, but the problem is that they're rejected on both sides. They are almost unheard of in 'Western' media even though they make great efforts everyday to synchronize orthodox traditional Islam with the modern world. Meanwhile, especially in countries where a more conservative, even hateful Islam is dominant, such leaders and scholars are denounced as 'infidels', or 'liberals', or even 'apostates'. This is why 'moderate' Muslim leaders are unheard of.

  6. (3:07)"I don't believe in any form of segregation or any form of racism. I'm against any form of segregation and against racism".
    We don't hear much about brother Malcolm's CHANGED VIEWS just as much as we don't hear about MLK's reparation speeches.
    After discovering that Elijah Mahummad was insincere about teaching his followers that black people should live in a separate state, when he himself did not believe that was viable, Bro Malcolm started preaching his more of his own views.
    When making his pilgrimage to Mecca, Bro Malcolm discovered Muslims of all nationally. Worshipping and living in a community of different races, Bro Malcolm repented! "We're all brothers and sisters under God, but I will not force my belief on anyone".
    The brother's views on Martin Luther king probably changed too, I do believe that the two tried to work together before they were assassinated.

  7. Dude he's so smart and it makes perfect sense why does America get mad at black people for being violent or protesting when that's what we've been exposed to as a people violence ..

  8. England history, there was a white man called Lawrence of Arabia…He wore Arab clothes and drank Arab tea with the Arab men in desert tents…He was always around Arabs ..Later on he will inform on the Arabs.Lawrence of Arabia was a blond hair blue eye white Irishman who was a British SPY…Malcom X was duped also by the blue eye ,blond hair white spies from western nations posing as muslims..

  9. Malcolm X was a truly great man and is worthy of admiration by people of all races, faiths and backgrounds. Yes he represented Afro-Americans but other races can also benefit from his teachings and beliefs. "Has anybody here seen my old friend Malcolm. Can you tell me where he's gone. He freed a lot of people but the good they die young. I just looked around and he's gone".

  10. Malcolm X was a truly great man and is worthy of admiration by people of all races, faiths and backgrounds. Yes he represented Afro-Americans but other races can also benefit from his teachings and beliefs. "Has anybody here seen my old friend Malcolm. Can you tell me where he's gone. He freed a lot of people but the good they die young. I just looked around and he's gone".

  11. Brother Malcolm X was likely assassinated for the views expressed right at the end of his interview.
    He was moving towards helping the oppressed around the world, international human rights.
    Big business corporate masters can't have that, it will disturb their control.
    So patsy arrangements were made. Sad.

  12. @3:20 I just love the way he answers the questions, his vocabulary and choice of words is just incredible to me. he was such an intelligent individual. I feel so sad that he was murdered a month later. what a person to lose! this is the kind you would want to keep forever, not eliminate while being most productive and on their peek! Imagine how the world could have benefited if had continued to live decades after. Smh such an unfair reality.

  13. i am giving up animal products and the way i dress. i will stop wearing over brand named clothing. people dont realize but today in 2016 we are heading into somthing bad. the ridiculous election of donald trump and Hilary and people stuck in their heads content using snap chat, instagram etc.. listening to artists like 2 chains… im just being serious right now and its time for a change

  14. I am reading the autobiography in English and there are many class discussions regarding this. If I had lived in his time, I would follow him once he broke away from the Nation of Islam. Malcolm X had great ideals and like Martin Luther King Jr., he helped to shape the U.S.. He had so much discipline and courage to speak his mind and rise from a hustler in the streets of Roxbury and being able to speak at universities-Harvard. His courageousness also led him to his unfortunate assassination. This video was taken the year my mom was born, funny,huh?

  15. Any fool can fire a weapon in the heat of battle and call themselves or allow themselves to be called brave. True bravery is speaking truth to anyone, at any time despite the consequences of speaking said truth. Brother Malcolm X was a warrior like no other and the magnitude of his bravery will likely never be matched. I'll forever be in awe of this brilliant man.

  16. The GREATEST died young doing those days referring to Minister Brother Malcolm and Brother King because they had no choice!! two Godly driven brothers both with very powerful messages were way too much for our oppressors could withstand without feeling threatened.

  17. I knew that around this period of time most white people in America was filthy and racists…but I didn't know that they were that filthy… it is like accepting the black people in the society by making fun of them and insulting them in the indirect way which is the filthiest way of confronting… The intro was disgusting.

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