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SIgNoThEtImEsw Queen Tahiyrah & Dr. James Jones Malcolm X on Human Rights 1965

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Tonight we will be discussing The Honorable Malcolm X and the last speech he gave in Detroit, the night after his home was fire bombed. During this impassioned speech and plea to the African community, Brother Malcolm outlines what the community, all of the community, should and could be doing to protect its Human Rights- Our true inalienable rights- to Life Liberty & the Pursuit of Justice & Happiness.

It is not acceptable to settle any longer. We must step up as a commUNITY and establish ourselves as the vanguards of the revolution that never had the real opportunity to take place. We must learn from the mistakes of the past-never to repeat them again. And when we are faced with injustices, over prosecution and persecution, we must stand up for not only ourselves, but for every mother, brother, sister, cousin and friend who we directly and indirectly represent. 

An injustice to one, is an injustice to all.

I am still my Brother and my Sister's Keeper. And we are not afraid. 

UNITY is the key.