Join us Sunday January 10th, for Malcolm VS Martin an online discussion and presentation analyzing the speeches, lives and ideologies of two of the greatest Black leaders of our time.
The common narrative is that these two men held views that were on the opposite ends of the spectrum. One, Dr. King is widely believed to be a proponent of “non-violent” protest while Malcolm is widely looked at as being more radical and a proponent of a more violent approach to liberation.
**But is this the reality?
In this presentation we will dissect audio, video, quotes and interviews to determine how similar or how different were the thoughts and opinions of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Brother Malcolm X, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz.
We will compare and contrast their words, actions and some of the tactics of the movements they both represented.
The purpose of this presentation is not to cause separation or division, but to look at the lives of two brilliant men who provided a ton of valuable insight into the struggle. Let’s learn from the SOLUTIONS they put forth to help us in today’s time of protesting, as we find ourselves once again seeking Freedom, Justice and Equality.
The presentation will take place online using the ZOOM platform.
Once you’ve purchase your ticket, you will be sent an email with a link to the event.
**On the day of the event you will be emailed a reminder with the time date and private link.
After the presentation is completed, we will host a live Q&A session with the the owners of Melaneyes Media Aundar Ma’at and Born Logic Allah, where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and post comments.
**The price of this event? You choose what its worth to you. We are using the honor system for this online screening, so you are able to pay what you would like – $1 or $100 it is totally up to you.
This presentation is produced and moderated by Aundar Ma’at and Born Logic Allah for Melaneyes Media LLC, the producers of feature films “Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City” and “Message to the People: A Story of Malcolm X.”
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