Table of contents for Malcolm X : a revolutionary voice for African Americans / Beatrice Gormley.

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Contents
INTRODUCTION:	Truth in Black and White
CHAPTER 1:	A Move to the North
CHAPTER 2:	A Family Destroyed
CHAPTER 3:	Malcolm the Mascot
CHAPTER 4:	Lured by the Nightlife
CHAPTER 5:	From Paradise to Hell
CHAPTER 6:	Discovering the Nation of Islam
CHAPTER 7:	Education Behind Bars
CHAPTER 8:	Black and Proud
CHAPTER 9:	Spreading the Word
CHAPTER 10: Showing Black Power
CHAPTER 11: The Growth of Two Movements
CHAPTER 12: Face of the NOI
CHAPTER 13: A New Outlook
CHAPTER 14: A ¿Black Shining Prince¿
GLOSSARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ABOUT THE AUTHOR	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 -- Juvenile literature.
Black Muslims -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
African Americans -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.