By Any Means Necessary, Malcolm X: By Amieya Culley

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By Any Means Necessary, Malcolm X: By Amieya Culley
1 Background:
1.1 Speaker: Malcolm X
1.2 Goal: To get African Americans to defend themselves from the white aggression
1.3 Audience: The people directly in front of him,
1.4 Content: The Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968)
1.5 Source of Speech: By Any Means Necessary
2 Pathos
2.1 Quote:
2.2 Quote (1): "I was in a house last night that was bombed, my own."
2.2.1 Effect: The speech bring in emotions when Malcolm X mentions about the incident at his house
2.3 Quote (2): I want to point out first that I am very happy to be here this evening and I'm thankful [to the Afro-American Broadcasting Company] for the invitation to come here to Detroit this evening. I was in a house last night that was bombed, my own. It didn't destroy all my clothes, not all, but you know what happens when fire dashes through -- they get smoky. The only thing I could get my hands on before leaving was what I have on now.
2.3.1 Effect: Malcolm X show courage and commitment for still showing to Detroit, after the bombing of his home
2.4 Quote (3): They skillfully took the burden off the society for its failure to correct these negative conditions in the Black community
2.4.1 Effect: The black people are starting to get angry because of the civil unrest.
3 Logos:
4 Ethos:
4.1 Quote: "Right now in New York we had a couple cases where police grabbed the brother and beat him unmercifully -- and then charged him with assaulting them"
4.1.1 Effect: The police brutality, abuse, and descrip]
5 Logos:
5.1 Quote (1): "I wouldn't call on anybody to be violent without a cause. But I think the Black man in this country, above and beyond people all over the world, will be more justified when he stands up and starts to protect himself..."
5.1.1 Effect: Since some people didn't like Dr. King's method, they went to Malcolm X's method.
5.2 Quote (2): And in that line we will work with all others, even civil rights groups, who are dedicated to increase the number of Black registered voters in the South.
5.2.1 Effect: Malcolm X ties the human rights (voting) and the civil rights movement together to make a bigger movement.
5.3 Quote (3): No, see, the man is using some tricky logic on you
5.3.1 Effect: "Malcolm X is saying how (the man) is using some sort of logic on the people's mind (to brainwash them)
6 Quote(1) : Right now in New York we had a couple cases where police grabbed the brother and beat him unmercifully -- and then charged him with assaulting them
6.1 Effect: The brutality, abuse, & discrimination from the police and the other white people was wrong ethically
7 Ethos:
7.1 Quote (2): No, since they federal government has shown that it isn't going to do anything about it but talk, it is a duty, it's your and my duty as men, as human beings, it is our duty to our people, to organize ourselves and let the government know that if they don't stop that Klan, we'll stop it ourselves
7.1.1 Effect: Malcolm X wanted equality for the African Americans and for them to put a stop to their enemies
7.2 Quote (3): "I was in a house last night that was bombed, my own."
7.2.1 Effect: Ethically, his speech was given based on the threat upon his life.
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