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Message to the Blackman in America

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Message to the Blackman in America

Message to the Blackman in America is a book published by Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad in 1965, and reprinted several times since. After the death of Elijah Muhammad in 1975, it was first reprinted by UBUS Communications Systems. Beginning with a brief autobiography of Muhammad, it also covers his philosophies on race, the religion of Islam, politics, economics, and social issues, and how they relate to the problems of African-Americans. The book also covers his own ideology and how he feels the "Blackman" can improve himself in America. The book calls for justice under the laws of America;or for America to help settle Black people in a separate land of its own, "either here or elsewhere.


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