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Lista de canciones

1The Ballot Or The Bullet
2Birmingham Sunday School Bombing
3Violence And Non Violence
4Black Nationalism
5Human Rights & Civil Rights

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LP-100Malcolm X Speaks Again - Vol. 1 ‎(LP, S/Edition, Neg)Grand Records LP-100US1966
135Malcolm X The Ballot Or The Bullet ‎(Cass)Paul Winley Records135USUnknown
LP-100 VOL. 1Malcolm X Speaks Again ‎(LP, Album)Grand Records LP-100 VOL. 1US1966
135Malcolm X The Ballot Or The Bullet ‎(LP, RE)Paul Winley Records135USUnknown

Notas

This is a rebranded Reissue of the 1966 original release: Malcolm X - Speaks Again - Vol. 1

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): L.P. 135 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): L.P. 135 B
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): PWLP-135-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): PWLP-135-B

Empresas

  • Distributed By – Paul Winley Record Sales

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Текст песни: Mr. Moderator, Brother Lomax, brothers and sisters, friends and enemies: I just cant believe everyone in here is a friend, and I dont want to leave anybody out. The question tonight, as I understand it, is The Negro Revolt, and Where Do We Go From Here or What Next In my little humble way of. Excerpts from Malcolm X's April 3rd, 1964 speech, The Ballot or the Bullet. This video contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been. The Ballot or the Bullet is the title of a public speech by human rights activist Malcolm X. In the speech, which was delivered on April 3, 1964, at Cory Methodist Church in Cleveland, Ohio, Malcolm X advised African Americans to judiciously exercise their right to vote, but he cautioned that if the government continued to prevent African Americans from attaining full equality, it might be necessary for them to take up arms. It was ranked 7th in the top 100 American speeches of the 20th century by. But in the spring of 1964, when Malcolm X gave his Ballot or the Bullet speech, he was regarded by a majority of white Americans as a menacing character. On April 12, 1964, one month after splitting with the NOI, Malcolm X gave his Ballot or the Bullet speech at King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit he'd given the address nine days earlier in Cleveland, but the Detroit version is regarded by some scholars as definitive. 5 It was the fullest declaration of his black nationalist philosophy. Mainstream black ministers in Detroit tried to block Malcolm X from using the church, saying separatist ideas can do nothing but set back the colored man's cause. Before we try and explain what is meant by the ballot or the bullet, I would like to clarify something concerning myself. I'm still a Muslim my religion is still Islam. That's my personal belief. And don't let the white man come to you and ask you what you think about what Malcolm says - why, you old Uncle Tom. He would never ask you if he thought you were going to say, Amen No, he is making a Tom out of you. This afternoon we want to talk about the ballot or the bullet. The ballot or the bullet explains itself. But before we get into it, since this is the year of the ballot or the bullet, I would like to clarify some things that refer to me per-sonally - concerning my own personal position. I'm still a Muslim. That is, my religion is still Islam. So you and I, even when we try to spend our money in the block where we live or the area where we live, were spending it with a man who, when the sun goes down, takes that basket full of money in an-other part of the town. So were trapped, trapped, double-trapped, triple-rapped. Anywhere we go we find that we re trapped. In 1964, Malcolm X told us that we were at a critical juncture in the fight for freedom. He was right about that. In July of that year President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act. That summer, black and brown Americans in cities across the country took to the streets in confrontations with the racist police that oppressed their neighborhoods. The violence of the police state against poor, black and brown people is as bad as it was in 1964, with stop and frisk laws, high surveillance, and the mechanisms of the war on drugs incarcerating black men at 7x the rate of white men. Album by Malcolm X. The Ballot or the Bullet. was sampled in. No Mercy by Immortal Technique 2001. Malcolm X. Ballot or the Bullet. Today would have been Malcolm X's 93rd birthday. This is an excerpt from The Ballot or the Bullet, the powerful speech he gave in Detroit a year before. This is an excerpt from The Ballot or the Bullet, the powerful speech he gave in Detroit a year before being assassinated

Descargar Malcolm X - The Ballot Or The Bullet

Artista: Malcolm X

Título: The Ballot Or The Bullet

País: US

Etiqueta: Paul Winley Records

Estilo: Political, Speech

Catálogo: 135

Género: No Música

Tamaño MP3: 1452 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 2237 mb

Clasificación: 4.7 / 5

Votos: 358

Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Reissue

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Tenius
Does anyone know who introduces Malcolm X and/or who any of the others on here are? So humbly grateful these excerpts live on, never ever thought I'd be so psyched to sit down and actually listen to a speech. Granted, it's also pretty fun to figure out the samples taken from here.
Tenius
Does anyone know who introduces Malcolm X and/or who any of the others on here are? So humbly grateful these excerpts live on, never ever thought I'd be so psyched to sit down and actually listen to a speech. Granted, it's also pretty fun to figure out the samples taken from here.