The philosophies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. are best described as
Will Give A Medal
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what do you think
I kind of think its D but im not sure they didnt talk about Malcolm X that much
Its not D
Malcolm X rejected the nonviolent emphasis of the mainstream civil rights movement, and instead made public his beliefs that self-defence against white aggression and oppression was a legitimate weapon.
Martin Luther King believed in nonviolence; he had a highly religious background and was inspired by Gandhi in his belief that campaigning should be passive.
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