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By Wayne Drash Thomas Hagan, the only man who admitted his role in the 1965 assassination of iconic black leader Malcolm X, was paroled Tuesday. Hagan was freed a day earlier than planned because his paperwork was processed more quickly than … Continue reading
By Hansi Lo Wang The brief friendship of Malcolm X and Yuri Kochiyama began close to 50 years ago with a handshake. Diane Fujino, chairwoman of the Asian-American studies department at the University of California, Santa Barbara, details the moment … Continue reading
Delivered in Detroit on April 12, 1964. Mr. Moderator, Reverend Cleage, Brother Lomax, brothers and sisters, and friends and I see some enemies. In fact, I think we’d be fooling ourselves if we had an audience this large and didn’t realize … Continue reading
By Jermaine Spradley Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of civil rights icon Malcolm X, has been killed in Mexico according to The Amsterdam News. He was 28. Shabazz’s death was also confirmed on Twitter and Facebook by Terrie Williams, a friend of the … Continue reading
This is so sad from a historical perspective and tragic that the family is divided. Malcolm X Family Feud Thwarts Efforts to Publish Works – NYTimes.com.
I knew there was a reason I liked this dude outside of Playboy…. Is Hugh Hefner of Playboy a Civil Rights Pioneer?.