He also received an Emmy nomination for his role as Malcolm X in 1979 mini-series Roots: The Next Generations.
What does X stand for?
X stands for Malcolm X
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of X
We have 1 other meaning of X in our Acronym Attic
- Exophoria At Distance (ophthalmology)
- Experimental (US Military aircraft designation, as in X-1)
- Extreme (games)
- Female Chromosome
- Generation X
- Halogen (organic chemistry)
- Horizontal axis in Cartesian coordinate system
- Initial Position Error (of casualty)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When Malcolm X was murdered at the Audubon Ballroom on February 21, 1965 the majority of the mainstream media in the United States quickly suggested that the bloodshed he experienced was nothing more than what he had sown for many decades.
Dave3 On Malcolm X plaque in Smethwick Congratulations to the people who have arranged for the blue plaque to be erected in recognition of Malcolm X's visit to Marshall Street, in Smethwick.
Slethaug makes the mistake of treating King and Malcolm X as primarily writers and speakers rather than leaders of social movements, an error compounded by his odd characterization of black American history as a series of race riots and ghetto uprisings, with little substantive treatment of the various forms of African-American political self-organization that have powered the struggle for racial equality.
what Malcolm X said about the house negros," he said, naming former US Secretary of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, the incumbent.
The photos are documentaries, similar to pictures by Ernest Dickerson, the director of photography of Spike Lee's epic film Malcolm X.