1. In Malcolm X's speech, "The Ballot or the Bullet," What does he say about the faith differences between himself and others who are committed to the cause? What is the specific social movement he considers himself devoted to, and how (if at all) is that movement different from the civil rights movement?
Malcolm X says that they had to set out differences that lied in between them and look for a solution regardless of one's faith.
He was devoted to the black power movement which was not different from civil rights movement since they advocated for equal rights of all the races in the nation.