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malcolm x study circle

As part of Year X, we are running a series of study circles to discuss some of Malcolm X’s key ideas.  If you are interested in learning more about one of the most misunderstood figures of the 20th   century then come along to these free discussions. We are holding the sessions at Moorish restaurant, Soho Road (formerly Venus) to support local Black business.

 

Towards the african revolution

Friday 27th November, 6.30pm

Curzon, Birmingham City University, B4 7DB

As part of Year X, we are running a series of study circles to discuss some of Malcolm X’s key ideas.  If you are interested in learning more about one of the most misunderstood figures of the 20th  century then come along to these free discussions.

 

In this final study circle we will discuss how the Pan African revolution and how Malcolm saw the role of organising in the West as part  of the solution.  If you want to take part in this session then come along and please read or listen to the

Black Revolution

 

Event is free and all are welcome.

up, you mighty race!

Garvey's Influence on Malcolm X

Friday 7th August, 6.30pm

Parkside, Birmingham City University, Next door to Millennium Point, B4 7BD

As part of Year X, we are running a series of study circles to discuss some of Malcolm X’s key ideas. If you are interested in learning more about one of the most misunderstood figures of the 20th century then come along to these free discussions.

August is the Month of Mosiah, in honour of Marcus Garvey, so this session will discuss Garvey’s influence on Malcolm. The grandfather of Pan-Africanism was crucial to Malcolm’s politics. If you want to take part in this session then come along and please listen to The Race Problem in America given to the African Students Association at Michigan State University in 1963.

Event is free and all are welcome.

Salvation or oppression?

The Role of Religion in the Black Liberation Movement

Moorish (formerly Venus), 337-9 Soho Road, Handsworth, B21 9SD

Malcolm X was a political leader, who remained a devout Muslim until he was assassinated. This has led to some to claim his an Islamist and religious figure. In this session we will put the record straight and explore Malcolm's position on the role of religion in the struggle for Black liberation. If you want to take part in this session then come along and please read or listen to The Ballot or the Bullet
 
We are holding the study circles in Moorish restaurant, to support a local Black business. The 74 and 75 buses from town stop right outside.

Event is free and all are welcome.

The House and Field Negro

Class and Police Realtions in Black Communities

Friday 26th June, 6pm

Moorish (formerly Venus), 337-9 Soho Road, Handsworth, B21 9SD

This first session of the study circle will discuss class politics and police relations in the community, focusing on Malcolm’s distinction between the House and Field Negro. If you want to take part in this session then come along and also it's very important that  before the session you either read or

listen to Message to the Grassroots.

 

Moorish is easily accessible by bus, with the 74 and 75, from town stopping just outside.

The event is free and all are welcome

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