Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook is divided into three sections: Firstly, Malcolm’s upbringing. Secondly, Malcolm’s sentence in jail, and lastly, Malcolm’s involvement with the NOI.
Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook begins with a discussion of his childhood. Malcolm’s father was inexplicably murdered by white nationalists. He next describes his mom’s struggle as an only parent, her final mental collapse, and his placement in foster care. He relocated to Boston. Malcolm afterwards relocated to New York’s Harlem neighbourhood, where he became a stronger drug addict. After quitting his work, he indulged in criminal activities that make ends meet. He started breaking into residences until he was punished for 10 years in jail.
In Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook, Malcolm described himself as an agnostic. Malcolm’s relatives pushed him to contact the Nation of Islam’s leader, Elijah Muhammad. He soon turned to Islam. When Malcolm released from prison he began working for the NOI. He progressed via the rankings as a skilled orator who effortlessly pulled in thousands of followers, widely known as the leader of the NOI. However, other NOI pastors are envious of Malcolm’s national exposure, and Elijah Muhammad turns against him.
In Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook free, when Malcolm discovers that Muhammad had frequently violated the NOI policy, everything comes to an end. In 1963, Muhammad with his colleagues forbade Malcolm from public speaking. Malcolm knew that his time is almost up and he would be killed. He embarks on the Hajj journey to Mecca. The sight of Muslims of all colours and countries uniting in the honour of Allah changes Malcolm’s perspective on the possibilities of Whites and Blacks coexisting. In Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook free, he confesses that committed, anti-racist White individuals can have a role in the battle for Black civil rights.
Malcolm X and Alex Haley wrote Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook.
Malcolm X was born on the 19th of May 1925. He was a well-known African-American Religious leader and civil rights advocate during the fight for civil rights. He was the NOI, National of Islam spokesman, a longtime champion for Racial equality, and an opponent of Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights struggle.
Malcolm lived most of his life in foster homes following his father’s murder and his mom’s illness. He did several illegal acts and suffered 10 years of punishment in jail in 1946 for theft and trespassing. Later, he joined the NOI, took the name Malcolm X, then soon rose to become one of the foundation’s most powerful individuals after being released in 1952. He died on the 21st of February 1965, in New York City, United States, at the age of 39.
Alexander Murray Palmer Haley was born on the 11th of August 1921. He was an author from the United States. The Autobiography of Malcolm X, released in 1965, was Haley’s debut book, a project based on several depth discussions with Malcolm X.
The NAACP awarded Haley the Spingarn Medal in 1977 for his thorough research and writing brilliance in Roots. Moreover, Haley earned the American Academy of Achievement’s Golden Plate Award in the same year. South Korea honoured Haley with its Korean War Military Medal. He died of a heart attack on February 10, 1992, in Seattle, Washington.
The narrator of Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook is Laurence Fishburne. Other audiobooks that Laurence Fishburne has also narrated are We’re Better Than This and Our Lady of 121st Street.
The length of Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook is 16 hours and 52 minutes.
Audible Studios published Malcolm X Autobiography audiobook on 09/10/20.