Dictionary Exercise
From Malcolm X
00:00 - 02:30
2m 30s

Baines teaches Detroit Red the symbolism of language through the contrast of the two words, "black" and "white." He suggests that society views the white man as the definition of "white" and the black man as the definition of "black."

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