I say bluntly that you have had a generation of Africans who actually believed that you could negotiate, negotiate, negotiate and eventually get some kind of independence. But you’re getting a new generation that has been growing right now, and they’re beginning to think with their own minds and see that you can’t negotiate up on freedom nowadays. If something is yours by right, then fight for it or shut up. If you can’t fight for it, then forget it.

Malcolm X / London School of Economics, February, 1965

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