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31 Oct
The two men whose convictions for the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X were overturned last year will receive $36 million from the city and state of New York, their lawyer confirmed Sunday night.
23 Nov 2021
Police authorities have confirmed that Malikah Shabazz, one of six daughters of civil rights activist Malcolm X, was found dead Monday at her Brooklyn home. According to reports, 56-year-old Shabazz was found unresponsive in her home in Midwood. The city's medical examiner who responded to the scene did not believe that the death was suspicious, while…
18 Nov 2021
Two men found guilty of the 1965 assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X are to have their convictions thrown out, one of them posthumously, in an admission by US authorities
22 Feb 2021
The daughters of prominent Black activist Malcolm X have called to reopen the investigation into his murder in light of new testimony implicating the and the FBI.
4 Sep 2020
The insightful words of Malcolm X at the Organization of Afro-American Unity (O.A.A.U.) founding forum at the Audubon Ballroom on June 28, 1964 appear to be more relevant in today’s world than ever.
30 Jun 2020
Again, it is time to hate, another season for humanity to bicker on tribe, race and colour. A virus rages in the midst of it all, as if to remind we are not really in control here, that life is short, too fleeting to be vengeful or malicious.
10 Jun 2020
Sir: I can’t breathe...why is society so toxic? Why is being a certain colour a death sentence? Is it a crime to be black? Why should people step out of their homes...
16 Jan 2019
Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today, Malcolm X, the popular American Muslim minister and human rights activist once said. And in local parlance, the old saying rings true, that education is the best policy.
29 Nov 2018
Turkey on Thursday changed the name of the street on which the new US embassy will be located after the American black Muslim civil rights campaigner Malcolm X, an AFP correspondent said.
10 Jun 2016
“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” Muhammad Ali, who died last week at the age of 74, eloquently expressed the way he had redefined boxing, becoming the world’s first global sporting icon.

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