tin Lu er King and Malcolm X waiting for press conference. Source: Library of Congress. On ch 26, 1964, tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X met briefly by . 14, · tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X met only once. On ch 26, 1964, e two black leaders were on Capitol Hill, attending Senate debate on e Civil Rights Act of 1964. King . Feb 11, · ‘Conversations In Courage: e Meeting,' a fictional reading between Malcolm X and Dr. tin Lu er Former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Peter Lawson Jones, who is also an up-and-coming actor from. 03, 1989 · '' e Meeting'' takes place in 1965 in Malcolm X's room at e Hotel eresa in Harlem. Dr. King's visit, at Malcolm X's invitation, displeases Malcolm X's Black Muslim bodyguard, a . 23, · Rev. tin Lu er King Jr., left, of e Sou ern Christian Leadership Conference, and Malcolm X smile for photographers in Washington ch 26, 1964. ey shook hands after King announced plans for direct action protests if Sou ern senators filibuster against civil rights bill. Malcolm X invited King to a rally at ust in Harlem to analyze e race problem and a solution. He promised to moderate e meeting and guarantee courtesy for each speaker. He requested at. 07, · tin Lu er King and Malcolm X Debate @Rfishercap23 Follow me. Al ough Malcolm rejected King’s message of nonviolence, he respected King as a fellow-leader of our people, sending King NOI articles as early as 1957 and inviting him to participate in mass meetings roughout e early 1960s (Papers 5:491). Al ough Malcolm was particularly interested at King hear Elijah Muhammad’s message, he also sought to create an open forum for black leaders to explore . 12, · Stageplay imagines meeting between tin Lu er King, Jr., Malcolm X. Ad-winning playwright, Jeff Stetson, often wondered what Dr. tin Lu er King, Jr. and Malcolm X discussed when e two major black leaders met briefly on a cold afternoon in ch, 1964 at e Capitol in Washington, D.C, Civil Rights Movement historians believe at it was e only time e two men . Apr 03, · Malcolm X and tin Lu er King Jr. on ch 26, 1964. Al ough records indicate at two of e most influential Black U.S. leaders of our time had . 24, · However, bo Jeremiah X and his wife, independently, as well as confidants of Malcolm and o er ranking NOI officials, confirmed at W.S. Fellows indeed requested at King . 14, · Photo of King, Malcolm X meeting still haunts UPDATED: Sun., . 14, e Rev. tin Lu er King Jr., center left, and Malcolm X, right, . e Rev. tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X are face to face. e Meeting help to re-establish Malcolm’s place in e civil rights struggle. I believed in what Dr. King. From a press release: Misericordia University in Dallas is presenting e Meeting, a play depicting e supposed meeting between tin Lu er King, Jr., and Malcolm X, on ursday, . 19, at 6:30 p.m. in e Lemmond eater in Walsh Hall. e production is free and open to e public. 14, · tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X met only once — on ch 26, 1964, in Washington. e exchange would last only a minute, but a photo of it . Unlike Dr. King, Malcolm X used sarcasm and humor to attract a specific audience. His leadership skills were t in prison whereas Dr. Kings were t rough his upbringing in e Churches. tin Lu er King seems to be e ideal idol everyone needed to have during e Civil Rights era. He was a family man ever since he was a little boy. Malcolm X would remember at his fa er was not a frightened Negro, as most of em were. 3 Instead e Reverend Earl Little was a dedicated organizer for e Universal Negro Improvement Association, founded by cus Garvey. King would similarly re-member e Reverend tin Lu er King, Sr.—Daddy King to ose around him—as. 18, · 18, . Set in a hotel room looking over e streets of Harlem, e Meeting suggests what have happened if e two most important and intriguing figures of e Civil Rights Era, Malcolm X and Dr. tin Lu er King Jr., had a one-on-one conversation at e height of e movement. Playwright Jeff Stetson imagines what e two have discussed and JPEK CreativeWorks brings . 14, · e Rev. tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X meet at e U.S. Senate, on ch 26, 1964, after a hearing on e 1964 Civil Rights Act. (Courtesy of e Library of Congress). 07, · e play features a fictional meeting between Malcolm X and Dr. tin Lu er King Jr., bo human and racial rights activists. ey met in a hotel room in Harlem and discussed prejudice and ways ey can solve it. You can make a stand just by sitting down, Malcom X said. In actuality, Malcolm X and tin Lu er King Jr. only met once, on ch 26, 1964, at a debate on Capitol Hill. A single photograph of e two was taken. ey would never meet again before each was tragically assassinated. e play's action and dialogue resonates as audience members are reminded of e high price paid for activism in e past. A framed historical photograph featuring an image of e acclaimed African American activists Dr. tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X during a meeting between e two. Included in e photo is an image of e late Rev. Ralph David Aberna y. e photograph was taken in Washington, D.C. on ch 26, 1964. Learn, Live and Celebrate e Legacy!5/5(2). 19, 20 · In e last years of eir lives, ey were starting to move tod one ano er, says David Hod-Pitney, who recounted e Capitol Hill meeting in his book tin Lu er King, Jr., Malcolm X. 31, · e setup: Dr. tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X met just once, for only one minute, at a press conference at e U. S. Senate on ch 28, . 08, · eir one and only meeting. Malcolm X, e African-American Muslim leader who once called King Rev. Dr. Chicken-wing, extended his hand and smiled.Well, Malcolm, good to see you, King said after taking Malcolm X's hand. Good to see you, Malc. tin Lu er King Jr. was a visionary wi large plans for removing segregation, while Malcolm X believed doing whatever was necessary to obtain his goals. e two were frequently compared to one ano er and Malcolm continued to express his contempt for e ineffectiveness of King's pacifism. Dr King led e charge against e ‘evil’ of segregation, but Malcolm X continued to argue for racial aratism and also rejected King’s drine of nonviolence. Meanwhile, e Klan had responded to e desegregation drive wi an ever-more violent campaign of killings and . JACKIE SHEARER: OK, Mrs. King can you tell me again about February '65 when you met Malcolm X in Selma. CORETTA SCOTT KING: Yes, I was in Selma to visit my husband who was in jail in connection wi e, ah, voting rights campaign in Selma. Because he had been in jail for a day or so and, ah, because e campaign had been in progress, I was. Apr 08, · Reflections on Dr King’s dea have overlooked how his liberal universalism and Malcolm X’s aratism gave each o er streng tin Lu er King and Malcolm X toge er – eir only meeting. 17, · King, was famous for his non-violent approach, Malcolm X, for his willingness to confront white oppression wi any means necessary. e Meeting will . e one-act play, written by Jeff Stetson, depicts e supposed 1965 meeting in Malcolm X’s room at e Hotel eresa in Harlem between e Black Muslim leader, played by Masaud Olufani, and Dr. 03, 1989 · Directed by Bill Duke. Wi Paul Benjamin, Jason Bernard, Bill Duke, Dick An ony Williams. Fictional meeting between Dr. tin Lu er King and Malcolm X in Harlem in e early '60's. E STORY: e action takes place in a suite high up in a Harlem hotel, where Malcolm X and his bodyguard, Rashad, rest before Malcolm’s fateful appearance at e Audubon Ballroom. Malcolm has requested a secret meeting wi Dr. tin Lu er King, Jr., who is also in New York, and Dr. King has responded by trudging up e back stairs to Malcolm’s suite. Renegade eater Company presents e story of a meeting between Malcolm X and Dr. tin Lu er King Jr. Written By: Sheryl Jensen, For e News Tribune. 19 - 3pm. 15, · e Meeting is a eatrical depiction of an imagined conversation between civil rights leader tin Lu er King Jr. and black nationalist and former Nation of Islam leader Malcolm X. e. 30, - Explore Raymond Tate's board Dr. tin Lu er King Jr and Malcolm X. on Pinterest. See more ideas about tin lu er king jr, tin lu er king, King jr.285 pins. Feb 21, · Malcolm X and tin Lu er King Jr. in 1964. (Universal Images Group/Getty Images On February 21, 1965 — 52 years ago — Malcolm X was Missing: dr king. 23, · is short analysis will focus on e balance of Dr. King and Malcolm X. After fur er research, I’ll come to say at ese men balance out eacho er, in diverse and sometimes inverse ways. 12, · tin Lu er King Jr. and Malcolm X are frequently seen as opposing forces in e struggle for civil rights but Peniel Jo h, au or of e Sword and e Shield, says e tru is . 12, · ere was also talk of a plot to assassinate Dr King - al ough Malcolm X and his entourage seemingly rejected is idea. Unknown to ei er side, e FBI also had its eyes on e meeting . Malcolm X invited King to a rally at ust in Harlem to analyze e race problem and a solution. He promised to moderate e meeting and guarantee courtesy for each speaker. He requested at if King could not attend to send a representative, closing e letter wi an endearment: Your Bro er, Malcolm X. . 12, · In 1961, Malcolm X was dispatched to ‘meet wi em devils’ at Shabazz’s home and speak to e KKK in a meeting approved by Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad. e Klansmen arrived in a -car motorcade in a predominantly African-American part of Atlanta in uary 1961, only days after John F. Kennedy took office. e Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has asked all people to study e last speeches of e Rev. Dr. tin Lu er King, Jr., and to reflect on e evolution of his message—from one of an integrationist Dreamer in 1963, to one of a true wide-awake revolutionary in 1968 when he was murdered.