Their main differences fixated on their willingness to employ or not to employ violence to achieve their end goals.
There were stark contrasting differences in the methods used by the two civil rights leaders.
One should use Malcolm and Martin as examples to not let anything in life get in the way of what you stand for.
Even though Malcolm and Martin did not live to see their dream come true their deaths were not in vain.
He did not go out and seek violence, but under some circumstances, he felt blacks would be justified in retaliation.
He persuaded his followers to press the issue and take the rights that blacks deserved. His mother, Louise Norton Little, was a homemaker who stayed occupied with the family’s eight children.His father, Earl Little, was an outspoken Baptist minister and avid supporter of Black Nationalist leader Marcus Garvey.Malcolm X did not condone the unwarranted use of violence as a tool of resolution, but he did not speak out against its use.Malcolm X's strategy of selective nonviolence shows the passions that he felt to bring about an answer to the racism blacks were facing. African Americans are fortunate to have leaders who fought for a difference in Black America. and Malcolm X are two powerful men in particular who brought hope to blacks in the United States.Both preached the same message about Blacks having power and strength in the midst of all the hatred that surrounded them.and Malcolm X were largely responsible for the distinctly varying responses to American racism.The early backgrounds of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.From then on, he was driven by hatred and a desire for revenge.Malcolm X was critical of the methodical, slow approach that Martin Luther King was taken to end segregation.