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“You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.” -Malcolm X Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“Malcolm was a firm believer in the value and importance of our heritage. He believed that we have valuable and distinct cultural traditions which need to be institutionalized so that they can be passed on to our heirs.” -Betty Shabazz Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“In Islam we say that those who die in the way of Allah surely they’re not dead, so I believe that my grandfather is still here and at the same time the blood that courses through his veins courses through mine and I can speak to him.” -Malcolm Shabazz Tweet

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Statement By Malcolm Shabazz Concerning February 2013 Harassment

MALCOLM-LATIF SHABAZZ: MY STATEMENT CONCERNING THE HARASSMENT FROM THE POLICE/FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION WHICH RESULTED IN MY UNJUST ARREST & DETAINMENT IN FEBRUARY 2013, AND PLACED A HALT ON MY TRAVEL TO TEHRAN, IRAN TO PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL FAJR FILM FESTIVAL. I sincerely appreciate the care & concern of the People over my well-being […]

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What Ever Happened To Malcolm X’s Last Diary?

The clip below shows what happened to the diary that Malcolm X was carrying in his breast pocket at the time of his death. [SIDEBAR: Be forewarned, there are some macabre parts to it. Also, a diary filled with DNA and screts?! Hmm.] Tweet

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Pic Of The Week

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Dick Gregory On The Assassination Of Malcolm X

“I was not surprised at all by Malcolm’s murder. I knew it had been planned down to his last breath and that once planned nothing was going to stop the killers. The press gave me the same lie they would feed to the American public for the next thirty-four years. I disagreed then, and I […]

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1961 Recording Of A “Lost” Malcolm X Speech Discovered

A Brown University student recently discovered a recording of a Malcolm X speech that was made at the university on May 11, 1961. On that date, a 35 year-old Malcolm X delivered the speech to a group of mostly college students. The recording was found when a student found a reference to the speech in […]

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