Hope Faculty: Malcolm X Forward the story

Hope Faculty done a blog post called Hope Faculty Quotes: Malcolm X. It was then followed by a well-received comment from a great person called Robert Turley who thanked me for the thoughtful summery about Malcolm X and identified this as evidence of Malcolm’s universal appeal  as a person who challenges social issues and wanted fairness for all mankind whatever the struggle.

(This is why I love the power of the blog)

Robert Turley main points were:

  • Malcolm X was a resident in a place called Inkster Michigan
  • This was Malcolm first place he settled after his release from prison , an important and informative time in his life
  • He lived there with his brother
  • This is where he first became a minister
  • Malcolm talked about Inkster in his last speeches

(Here comes the shock)

  • Malcolm X home is on the city’s Demolition list

And this great blogger Robert Turley and lover of his town has taken it upon himself to highlight and spread awareness to preserve this building as a great symbol of what  Inkster, Michigan has given to the world  and more important Malcolm X  historical significance on American Heritage .

 

To the Mayor of Inkster  from the whole of Hope Faculty we believe  Malcolm X  is not only a symbol of American Heritage but still after all these years of death understand  he is still an important universal figure , so please lets preserve the history and celebrate one of your own.

Please Inkster, Michigan get together go to the mayor and tell him we want to save and preserve  our Heritage and history for the next generations of Inkster

Robert Turley Hope Faculty salutes you

That’s Hope faculty

 

Please Check out the links below especially Robert Turley post who is at the forefront in Inkster Michigan actively pushing and campaigning to stop the demolition of Malcolm X home!

Malcolm X home demolition List  by Robert Turley

Hope Faculty Quotes: Malcolm X

 

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2 comments

  1. Wow, that was beautiful. Thank you so much for your support, Hope Faculty. Would it be possible to please post a link here to the blog I wrote on the Malcolm X Home, to help make your readers further aware? Thank you very much for your kind consideration and your thoughtful blog on this very important subject. Keep up the good work!

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