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- 1966: Verdict in Malcolm X's Killing
- Black nationalist leader Malcolm X, 39, was slain in a Manhattan ballroom, Feb. 21, 1965, before 400 of his followers. All three face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
- Detroit: In an African-American city, black clout wanes
- One group, New Era Detroit, a highly disciplined, black-nationalist organization, in November blockaded a Detroit gas station whose employee, the group said, harassed a young African-American boy. On Christmas ..... Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Daughter Of Malcolm X Talks To L.I. Students At End Of Black History Month
- Black Nationalist leader and Nation of Islam spokesman Malcolm X in Oxford with Eric Abrahams, right, the Student Union president, before addressing university students on the subject of extremism and liberty, 3rd December 1964. (Photo by ...
- Malcolm X's home is firebombed in 1965
- (Originally published by the Daily News on Feb. 15, 1965. This story was written by John Mallon.
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- Earl Little was a black nationalist, a follower of the teachings of Marcus Garvey, and a man who unsettled many Lansing whites. "One man was scarred by his father's absence," the authors write, "the other by his father's presence." ...
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