1964 was the year when Dr. King and minister Garvey won. With pride Garvey married Betty Shabazz on January 14, 1958. He had 7 kids including , Qubilah Shabazz (Daughter) · Ilyasah Shabazz (Daughter) · Attallah Shabazz (Daughter) · Malikah Shabazz (Daughter) · Gamilah Lumumba Shabazz (Daughter) · Malaak Shabazz (Daughter). Malcolm lived happily until Feb 21, 1965 when he got assassinated.
Even though Malcolm Shabazz is dead but his words still remain. All his work did do something a very big thing. His knowledge influenced many people. He is history and should be truly remembered because of the hard time he went through. He was remembered a great man because of his own words and actions.
Brave, Hopeful, forgiveful
Father of Qubilah Shabazz·Ilyasah Shabazz·Attallah Shabazz· Malikah Shabazz·Gamilah Lumumba Shabazz·Malaak Shabazz. Husband of Betty Shabazz. Son of Louise little and Earl Little. Sibling of Ella Collins, Wilfred X, Philbert X, Reginald Little
Freedom, Liberty, Justice, and Equality
Who experienced Sadness, Forgiveness, Inequality
Who was fearful of No liberty, Sadness, Untrustworthiness
Who Helped finish the segregation
Who wanted to see happiness
Born in Jamaica and living in Nebraska
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