Malcolm X quote about equality from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!
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Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!

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Malcolm X quote about equality from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!
Malcolm X quote about equality from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!
Malcolm X quote about equality from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!
Malcolm X quote about equality from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Segregation is that which is forced upon inferiors by superiors. But separation is that which is done voluntarily, by two equals—for the good of both!