Bring That Week Back: Detroit Residents Want to Turn Malcolm X’s House Into Landmark

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A group of suburban Detroit residents known as Project: WE Hope, Dream and Believe are leading the effort to get the former 1950s home of Malcolm X restored and designated as a historic landmark. The organization hopes to house memorabilia and have the property opened for tours.

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