Malcolm Little

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Little, Malcolm

See Malcolm X.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Malcolm Little concluded: "Advanced Dynamics is the sole UK distributor of Pack Leader's range of eye-catching labelling systems, so we were thrilled to demonstrate the machines at TOTAL.
HE BEGAN LIFE AS MALCOLM LITTLE and ended it as El-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz; in between he was "Detroit Red," "Jack Carlton," "Homeboy," "Satan," and most famously, Malcolm X.
He is transformed from the country-bumpkin Malcolm Little into an ultra-hip, African-American Boston urban sophisticate.
In the first, a black boy named Malcolm Little, born May, 19, 1925, suffered a traumatic childhood.
As Malcolm Little he was in moderately sized Midwestern cities (Omaha, Milwaukee, East Lansing).
Born in 1925, Malcolm Little spent his early years in Lansing, Michigan.
The Miniature Bakery was founded in 2007 by a group of food enthusiasts led by chairman Malcolm Little, a former chairman of Youngs Bluecrest and chief executive of United Biscuits.
Like most Americans, Malcolm Little's learning developed over his life.
Baldwin employs multimedia technologies to present--in one location--"Malcolm Little," "Malcolm X," "Omowale," and "El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz." While the audio track follows the replacement of Malcolm's X by the ceremonial name Omowale ("the son who has returned"), Baldwin simultaneously offers two more images of nominal inscription: El Hajj Malik El Shabazz in the Book of the Holy Register of True Muslims and Malcolm Little in a family Bible in 1925.
His original name was Malcolm Little; he now called himself ElHajj Malik El-Shabazz; but everyone knew him as Malcolm X.
Malcolm Little, sometimes nicknamed "Detroit Red" or "Big Red", because of his reddish-brown hair, was one of eight children.