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Movement Artistic Freedom Fighter Marvin X/El Muhajir--the last
revolutionary of an era, the 60s; the man who never came in from the
"...It is gratifying in an era of the sellout, faint hearted and fallen, to see that Marvin X was one black man who met the white man in the center of the ring and walked with him to the corners of psycho-social inequity, grappling with him through the bowels of the earth, yet remained one black man the white man couldn't get!"
--Dr. Nathan Hare, Introduction to Somethin' Proper, the life and times of a North American African Poet, the autobiography of Marvin X, Black Bird Press, Berkeley, 1998.