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Black History Month: The Legacy Of Malcolm X

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing the legacy of Malcolm X. From the hi's to the lows, there will be no filters tonight. Malcolm X was one of the most controversial yet impactful black leaders in African American History. Loved by many and hated by others, no one can deny the impact of his voice and relentless will. Survived by his 6 daughters, the legacy of Malcolm X is something that we all can learn something from. Malcolm took on battles that most wouldn't bother with because of politics or fear of repercussions. To say he was brave is an understatement.

We will be playing some audio from a few of his speeches and getting into various aspects of who Malcolm X was and the legacy he left behind. If you don't know much about Malcolm X, it is highly recommended that you watch a documentary called Malcolm X Make It Plain, which you can find right on YouTube. In just a little over 2 hours of time, you can rest assured that you will feel like you've just graduated from the UOM "University of Malcolm X." And most of what we'll be discussing tonight is covered in this film.

We wanted to close out February by paying homeage to Black History Month and there's no better candidate to cover than Malcolm X. Joined by my guest co-host for the nightt, Bobby G, you can expect what you always get from IRTR. Realness!


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