Reflection on Views of Malcolm X as Expressed by Bro. X – Part 1

On February 21, 1965, at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, New York, African American Revolutionary activist Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing a meeting of his group, the Organization of African American Unity (OAAU). Malcolm X was a prominent figure in the Black Freedom Struggle. WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry interviewed Activist/Organizer Brother X of the Capital Region in a five-part segment about Malcolm’s views and thoughts and how they apply to today’s Freedom Struggles. Part 1.

Alexx Weihrich

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