In celebration of Black History Month, Cambria Press is pleased to announce the release of a seminal new book, Malcolm X and Africa, by Professor A. B. Assensoh, Professor Emeritus of History at Indiana University, and Professor Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion at the University of Oregon.
This book is in the Cambria African Studies Series headed by Toyin Falola (University of Texas at Austin) and Moses Ochonu (Vanderbilt University).
Excerpt from the book:
Many Africans, who saw Malcolm X dressed in African clothes, described the former Nation of Islam (NOI) spokesman and confidante of the late Honorable Elijah Muhammad as being handsomely dressed. They also saw him as a true Pan-Africanist. That was after his second substantive 1964 journey to Africa as non-member of Elijah Muhammad’s NOI, and less than a year before his untimely death when he was assassinated in the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York.
This is an important book for those studying Black History, American history, and Africana studies. Recommend this book to your library.