Seventh Child Paperback by Rodnell P. Collins; A. Peter Bailey

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Seventh Child Paperback by Rodnell P. Collins; A. Peter Bailey

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  • Publisher: Dafina (2022-01-25)
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9781496740540
  • Item Weight: 317.52 grams
  • Dimensions: 8.98 x 5.99 x 0.74 cm

A uniquely intimate portrait of Malcolm X not just as a revolutionary leader, but as a complex family man, told through personal stories, memories, and rare family photos from his sister and nephew.

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No other book about Malcolm X offers such enlightenment on the man who was not just a great leader, but a beloved brother, cousin, nephew, uncle, father, husband, and friend. As politically relevant today as he was during his lifetime, Malcolm X also remains a controversial figure alternately mythologized and misunderstood.
 
Ella Little Collins saw her brother Malcolm through some of the most significant times of his life, and knew him better than anyone else. Here she shares her poignant, vivid memories of him. Told to her son, Rodnell, to whom Malcolm was a much-loved uncle and mentor, Seventh Child contains haunting, bitter, as well as joyful recollections, and deeply personal insights.
 
Seventh Child also provides remarkable details about Malcolm's family genealogy previously unavailable to the general public, and rare family photos—including one of Rodnell with Malcolm the night before his assassination. As informative as it is intimate, Seventh Child adds immeasurably to our knowledge of this complex and extraordinary figure.

About the Author

Rodnell P. Collins, the nephew of Malcolm X, is a computer systems analyst, currently lives in Boston with his wife and two children in the house in which Malcolm X lived as a teenager.
 
A. Peter Bailey, who assisted Alvin Ailey in writing his autobiography, Revelations, was a pallbearer at Malcolm X’s funeral. He lives in Washington, D.C.


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