Malcolm X believed that education was the key to unlocking the potential of the black community and that it was a passport to a better future. He advocated for education that was culturally relevant and empowering for black students. This meant that black schools should focus on teaching black history, culture, and experiences, as well as providing students with skills that would enable them to succeed in society. Agyei Tyehimba discusses the meaning and implications of this famous quote.
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