Malcolm X once wrote, My life has always been one of changes. In his autobiography, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, it is very evident that through his life, he went through a series of drastic changes that went from one extreme to another. He went from being at the bottom of the American white mans society, to become one of the most influential advocates of Black pride. Throughout the novel the most evident changes are when Malcolm X moves to Boston, goes to prison, and going on Hajj.
Malcolm Little passively endures the experiences that motivate his later obsession with racial politics in America. He encounters open racism when whites murder his father and subtle racism when white welfare agents... View More »