THE MALCOLM X AUDIO COLLECTION: OVER 28 HOURS OF AUDIO

 


Malcolm X was one of the most powerful and uncompromising human rights leaders the world has ever known. An incredibly articulate speaker, he explained the reality of race relations in America as nobody had ever done before. This new collection contains over 28 hours of Malcolm X speeches, debates and interviews from 1960 to 1965, both during his time in the Nation of Islam and after he split with Elijah Muhammad. In addition to well-known speeches such as "The Ballot or The Bullet" and "A Message to the Grassroots" you'll hear speeches from the last year of his life that shed light on the involvement of the FBI, the NYPD and the NOI in his assassination. You'll be able to contrast his right to self-defense with the approach of Martin Luther King and understand why he broke from Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam. The Malcolm X Audio Collection contains 30 MP3 files, easily downloaded to your computer, tablet, iPhone or iPod.




MALCOLM X COLLECTION TRACK LISTING:

1. New York Radio Interview (March 10, 1960 — 41 min)
2. Eleanor Fischer Interview (1961 — 31 min)
3. At the Embassy in Los Angeles (April 16, 1961 — 1hr 19 min)
4. Open Mind Interview (April 23, 1961 — 56 min)
5. Bayard Rustin Debate (February 15, 1962 — 33 min)
6. The Crisis of Racism (May 01/62 — 15 min)
7. Black Man's History (December 12, 62 — 1 hr 29 min)
8. Interview with CBC's Austin Clarke (1963 — 13 min)
9. University of Michigan (January 23, 1963, 47 min)
10. The Black Revolution (June 12, 1963 — 26 min)
11. Race Relations in Crisis (June 12, 1963 — 1 hr 39 min)
12. Harlem Unity Rally (August 10, 1963 — 1:57 min)
13. Malcolm X debates James Baldwin (April 25, 1961 — 27 min)
14. UC Berkeley Speech + Q and A (October 11, 1963 — 50 min)
15. A Message to the Grassroots (November 10, 1963 — 43 min)
16. The Black Revolution (April 08, 1964 — 45 min)
17. Declaration of Independence (April 12, 1964 — 7 min)
18. The Ballot or the Bullet (April 12, 1964 — 53 min)
19. Militant Labor Forum (May 29, 1964 — 1 hr 14 min)
20. NYC Talk Radio Interview (June 20, 1964 — 4 hr 2 min)
21. Boston Radio Interview (June 25, 1964 — 26 min)
22. Oxford Union Debate (December 03, 1964 — 32 min)
23. HARYOU Speech (December 12, 1964 — 50 min)
24. A Worldwide Revolution (December 13, 1964 — 1 hr 10 min)
25. Harvard Law School Forum (December 16, 1964 — 51 min)
26. MFDP Meeting in Harlem (December 24, 1964 — 26 min)
27. Malcolm X's Secret Recording of the FBI (February 04, 1965 — 8 min)
28. Prospects for Freedom in 1965 (January 7, 1965 — 1 hr 15 min)
29. On Afro-American History (January 24, 65 — 45 min)
30. The Last Speech (February 14, 65 — 1 hr 25 min)
TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 28 hrs

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Click on the text above to order the Malcolm X Audio Collection and immediately receive a link to download the collection. All audio is easily transferred to your computer or iPod. For more information, or if you have ANY questions about the audio collection, please contact me.