Oba T’Shaka: The Political Legacy Of Malcolm X

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The Muslim Street

By Dr. Oba T’Shaka dropped by The Muslim Street Radio for an in depth discussion on Malcolm X and political philosophy. Dr. T’Shaka is Professor Emeritus at San Francisco State University and has authored several  significant works. Among them are, The Political Legacy of Malcolm X, The Art of Leadership Volume I &II, Return To The African Mother Principle Of Male and Female Equality, and his latest piece, The Integration Trap: The Generation Gap.

According to late scholar Dr. Asa Hillard, “Dr. Oba T’Shaka…writings on Malcolm X dwarfs all other writings. Both Alex Haley and George Breitman suggest that Malcolm made fundamental changes in his position toward the end. It is T’Shaka’s contention, and it is this contention that his work documents, that the substance of Malcolm’s thought did not change, even though the form may have changed.”

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