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1543024481499634901_3419607020 - I've said this before I'll say it again. I'm not saying no names but for anybody who dares to disrespect the legacy and name Malcolm X and the legacy of Marcus Garvey outta take time and think about what they are saying because these ancestors have been fighting for black people all over the world and they have always been an inspiration a lot of African peoples of the world. If it weren't true leaders and scholars like them, then none of us Africans would be knowing fully about Pan Africanism or Black Nationalism. What have you done that Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey hasn't done for black people? #watchyourmouth #blacknationalism #panafricanism #respecttheelders #respecttheancestors #MarcusGarvey #MalcolmX #respectmarcusgarvey #respectgarvey #respectmalcolmx

I've said this before I'll say it again. I'm not saying no names but for anybody who dares to disrespect the legacy and name Malcolm X and the legacy of Marcus Garvey outta take time and think about what they are saying because these ancestors have been fighting for black people all over the world and they have always been an inspiration a lot of African peoples of the world. If it weren't true leaders and scholars like them, then none of us Africans would be knowing fully about Pan Africanism or Black Nationalism. What have you done that Malcolm X and Marcus Garvey hasn't done for black people? #watchyourmouth #blacknationalism #panafricanism #respecttheelders #respecttheancestors #marcusgarvey #MalcolmX #respectmarcusgarvey #respectgarvey #respectmalcolmx

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1543023874474746828_474759255 - A closed bar where Malcolm X used to hang out. From the internet: "Mr. Lundy was a wonderful man. He had missing fingers and always brought ice cream for the neighborhood kids" #sign #signs #oldsign #bar #barsigns #lundys #malcolmx #waterhole #harlem #ig_captures #igersoftheday #urbanexploration #uptown #nyc #nycprimeshot #newyork #newyorkcity #newyorknewyork #urbanexploration #urbex #cityscape #streetphoto #stretphotography #windows #urbanexplorer #manhattan #oldnewyork #streetview

A closed bar where Malcolm X used to hang out. From the internet: "Mr. Lundy was a wonderful man. He had missing fingers and always brought ice cream for the neighborhood kids" #sign #signs #oldsign #bar #barsigns #lundys #malcolmx #waterhole #harlem #ig_captures #igersoftheday #urbanexploration #uptown #nyc #nycprimeshot #newyork #newyorkcity #newyorknewyork #urbanexploration #urbex #cityscape #streetphoto #stretphotography #windows #urbanexplorer #manhattan #oldnewyork #streetview

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1543016076837062242_44235084 - Yes We Are! 🖤Black And Beautiful 🖤 Malcolm X Is My Hero🖤! #allblack #theywantourstyle #blacklove #blackpower #blackwomen #blackhistory #blackisbeautiful #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #blackgirl #blackmen #blackexcellence #blacklivesmatter #blackalldayeveryday #melanin #black #unapologeticallyblack #unapologetic #truth #lovehim #malcolmx #muslims #islam #brownlivesmatter #instagood #love #beautiful #theywantourstyle #thestruggleisreal

Yes We Are! 🖤Black And Beautiful 🖤 Malcolm X Is My Hero🖤! #allblack #theywantourstyle #blacklove #blackpower #blackwomen #blackhistory #blackisbeautiful #blackgirlmagic #blackgirlsrock #blackgirl #blackmen #blackexcellence #blacklivesmatter #blackalldayeveryday #melanin #black #unapologeticallyblack #unapologetic #truth #lovehim #malcolmx #muslims #islam #brownlivesmatter #instagood #love #beautiful #theywantourstyle #thestruggleisreal

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1543014782164497645_4734469078 - ⚡⚡⚡#NewSingle ⚡⚡⚡ from @malcolm_x_regime feat @phresher_dgygz #OnIt #GoldenState was OnIt this #nbafinals #RegimeLyfe #TheRegime #MalcolmX #Phresher #dgygz #hiphoplife #funnymeme #motd #hiphopculture #culture #bronbron #lebronjames #kingjames #lebrondance #stephcurry #kevindurant #nbachamps

⚡⚡⚡ #newsingle⚡⚡⚡ from @malcolm_x_regime feat @phresher_dgygz #onit #GoldenState was OnIt this #nbafinals #regimelyfe #TheRegime #MalcolmX #Phresher #dgygz #hiphoplife #funnymeme #motd #hiphopculture #culture #bronbron #lebronjames #kingjames #lebrondance #stephcurry #kevindurant #nbachamps

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1543007640303858014_217402170 - 😍😍😍 the most incredible Malcolm X T 😍😍😍super oversized, could be worn as a dress • XXL $44.99 .
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😍😍😍 the most incredible Malcolm X T 😍😍😍super oversized, could be worn as a dress • XXL $44.99 . . . . #friendsnyc #bushwick #brooklyn #malcolmx

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1543003496876642452_251390839 - I see a lot of people on social media calling out other groups and leaders so called "exposing" people. Yea that look good on social media when you ask the next man "where the supermarkets" but reality is if you don't even got a candy house you should help out or keep our mouths closed. #BrotherBenSpeaks #BLM #Blacklivesmatter #findourgirls #Blackmagic #melanin #blackwomen #blackmen #blackbusiness #ElijahMuhammad #LouisFarrakhan #MalcolmX #BrotherBenX #NationOfIslam #BlackPeople #ChildrenOfIsrael #Moors #Aboriginals #blackandproud #BlackGoddess #BlackKing #BlackQueen #BlackGod #NuriMuhammad #WesleyMuhammad #Love #BlackLove

I see a lot of people on social media calling out other groups and leaders so called "exposing" people. Yea that look good on social media when you ask the next man "where the supermarkets" but reality is if you don't even got a candy house you should help out or keep our mouths closed. #brotherbenspeaks #BLM #Blacklivesmatter #findourgirls #Blackmagic #melanin #blackwomen #blackmen #blackbusiness #ElijahMuhammad #louisfarrakhan #MalcolmX #BrotherBenX #nationofislam #BlackPeople #ChildrenOfIsrael #Moors #aboriginals #blackandproud #blackgoddess #blackking #BlackQueen #blackgod #nurimuhammad #WesleyMuhammad #Love #blacklove

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1543001918803883405_5637230522 - Wonderful mural at our shirt and tie donation stop to Malcolm x Shabbaz High School. "By any means necessary." - Malcolm X 
#shirtandtieforsuccess #stforsuccess #malcolmx #highschool #dreams #success

Wonderful mural at our shirt and tie donation stop to Malcolm x Shabbaz High School. "By any means necessary." - Malcolm X #shirtandtieforsuccess #stforsuccess #malcolmx #highschool #dreams #success

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1543000148177859618_230407519 - #Tbt REMINDER 💪🏽✊🏽 "If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing". - #malcolmx .
Black people are shot and killed by cops countrywide ...its captured on cellphones and still no convictions. Its so common and routine to read "not guilty" a year later (even on MANSLAUGHTER 😠)... ppl just shake their heads and resume activities. But people are more worried about this shirt than the person killed #freedomofexpression .
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#blackmen #blacklivesmatter #blackwoman #STAYWOKE #listen #like #learn #gym #crazy #l4l #relax #freedom #justice #equality #protest #nj #nyc #muscle #work #black #blackisbeautiful #color #alllivesmatter

#Tbt REMINDER 💪🏽✊🏽 "If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing". - #malcolmx . Black people are shot and killed by cops countrywide ...its captured on cellphones and still no convictions. Its so common and routine to read "not guilty" a year later (even on MANSLAUGHTER 😠)... ppl just shake their heads and resume activities. But people are more worried about this shirt than the person killed #freedomofexpression . . . . . #blackmen #blacklivesmatter #blackwoman #staywoke #listen #like #learn #gym #crazy #l4l #relax #freedom #justice #equality #protest #nj #nyc #muscle #work #black #blackisbeautiful #color #alllivesmatter

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1542998233796880797_3971316871 - STILL IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING UPCOMING PIECES FOR OUR NEW COLLECTION‼️STAY TUNED FOR MORE.... ("Corrupted Youth" Collection still available...use discount code: VISION17 , link in bio) 📍#fashion #nostalgia #creativity #lifestyle #blackbusiness #malcolmx #kurtcobain #courtneylove #rosaparks #antwonefisher #rickrubin #dorothydandridge #streetstyle #grunge #entrepreneur #undxstudios #undxscovxrxd

STILL IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING UPCOMING PIECES FOR OUR NEW COLLECTION‼️STAY TUNED FOR MORE.... ("Corrupted Youth" Collection still available...use discount code: VISION17 , link in bio) 📍 #fashion #nostalgia #creativity #lifestyle #blackbusiness #malcolmx #kurtcobain #courtneylove #rosaparks #antwonefisher #rickrubin #dorothydandridge #streetstyle #grunge #entrepreneur #undxstudios #undxscovxrxd

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1542995006339804943_232927737 - Dopooe Art...Different Perspective...and always down to design....DM me... Watch...Lol

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Dopooe Art...Different Perspective...and always down to design....DM me... Watch...Lol InfinitelyIgnited.com #infinitelyignited #LONDONLIT #DRDREAMS #NYSTATEOFMIND #empirebuildin #dpc #Antilazy #upearly #ridindirty #swaang #grindhaaard #NYC #dopeman #glowedup #ffear #bobmarley #robertnesta #art #designdestroyer #design #create #malcolmx #imageengineer #creative

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1532837826906001905_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837715714813524_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837616091774423_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837292308354526_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837190957132120_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837106064457235_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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1532837015182244595_5052333461 - Metaphysical interpretation experiment: 
Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!"
Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!"
Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8).
Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

Metaphysical interpretation experiment: Person #1: "There was so much knowledge in Malcolm X's book... It was filled with so much history and color!" Person #2: "I read that book! How was there color? It's in black text, it's not a picture book!" Person #3: "Ofcourse I know there's no pictures in his book and its in black text. What I meant was that the information and words are descriptive of people and color, and ideologies!" Using character depiction from "The Butler" film in color to represent Malcolm X's words in his book and to see how "colorblind" people are looking at a black and white photograph of Louise Little. "Thinking about it now, I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than the other children, my mother gave me more hell for the same reason. She was very light herself but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I know, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to get out of the house and 'Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.' She went out of her way never to let me become afflicted with a sense of color-superiority. I am sure that she treated me this way partly because of how she came to be light herself." (Pg 8). Metaphysics: Understanding the wisdom of Malcolm X's mother on not allowing her son to be afflicted with color superiority.... are there ethnicities and cultures (Mexico, Latin America, countries in Asia and Africa) that deal with color-superiority (white/lightness) and color-inferiority (brown/darkness). Why do these cultures allow a sense of color superiority of children born light/fair skinned? Those children may grow up to be conceited or think they are above people who have brown skin. Instilling that type of color superiority only allows children to believe that the Physical is more important than the Spiritual. The only message on color should be the colors within a child's heart, example: red-love, green-jealousy, white-purity, etc. Teach them virtues and vices don't come from physical appearances but from the spiritual heart within. #MalcolmX #spirituality #colors #photography #film #representation #symbolism #history #truth

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