[act-ma] A Documentary on the Life and Ideas of Malcolm X -- Militant Labor Forum, Friday Feb. 21

Boston Militant Labor Forum bostonmlf at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 18 06:08:59 PST 2014

The Militant Labor Forum Presents: 
Maclolm X: El Hajj Malik El
Documentary on the Life and Ideas of 

X was an intransigent opponent of the U.S. government and its imperialist
policies. He fought the racist oppression of Blacks and the profit-driven
plunder of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He spoke out against imperialist
wars from Vietnam to the Congo, and built solidarity with revolutions from Cuba
to Guinea Bissau.
expressed this revolutionary political outlook in the opening years of the
1960s while a major spokesperson for the Nation of Islam. Following his March
1964 break with the Nation, Malcolm’s views continued to evolve—first in an
anti-capitalist, and then increasingly in a pro-socialist direction.
    Forty-nine years ago on February 21, 1965,  Malcolm X was assassinated.
sixty minute film Malcolm X: El Hajj
Malik El Shabazz  traces his life
and evolution of his thought. 
    The film
will be followed by a short presentation and discussion.

Friday, February 21, 7:30 pm 
 Militant Labor Forum Hall
Bennington Street, 2nd floor, East Boston, 02128
or email: bostonmlf at yahoo.com
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