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As Malcolm worked to identify African-American struggles with those of blacks worldwide, he found himself embraced by Third World Revolutionaries; these included General Abdulrahman Muhammad Babu, leader of the Zanzibar Revolution, shown here with Malcolm in 1964 - Malcolm X: A Life Of Reinvention [Manning Marable]
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As Malcolm worked to identify African-American struggles with those of blacks worldwide, he found himself embraced by Third World Revolutionaries; these included General Abdulrahman Muhammad Babu, leader of the Zanzibar Revolution, shown here with Malcolm in 1964 - Malcolm X: A Life Of Reinvention [Manning Marable]


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