malcolm x

'Genius: MLK/X': What Gina Prince-Bythewood Wants You to Know About This New Depiction of Malcolm and Martin

Bythewood, the executive producer, breaks down the Martin Luther King Jr. vs. Malcolm X narrative, revealing shared genius and emphasizing the ongoing relevance of their legacies.

Take a Look at an Exclusive Clip From National Geographic's 'GENIUS: MLK/X'

'GENIUS: MLK/X' promises an unprecedented exploration of their formative years, pioneering accomplishments, and the profound impact of the dueling philosophies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X.

University Removes Partial Malcolm X Quote That Sparked Protests

The Black Student Leadership Group at the University of Rhode Island protested against the quote about reading, calling it a misrepresentation of the slain civil rights leader’s words.

Family Of Malcolm X To File Lawsuit Alleging Official Cover-Up After His Assassination

A commemoration marking 58 years since his death honors the legacy of the slain civil rights icon.

NYC To Pay $26 Million To Muhammad Aziz and Khalil Islam, The Men Wrongly Convicted Of Killing Malcolm X

A Manhattan district attorney’s office investigation found prosecutorial misconduct at the 1966 trial.

Man Exonerated In Malcolm X’s Murder Sues NYC For $40 Million

Muhammad Aziz spent two decades in prison after being wrongly blamed for the crime.

Michigan Home Where Malcolm X Once Lived Added To National Register Of Historic Places

There are plans to turn the once-abandoned house in disrepair into a museum.

Muhammad Aziz, Exonerated In Murder Of Malcolm X, Sues New York State

His legal team also drafted a civil rights lawsuit against NYC that awaits the outcome of settlement negotiations.

‘Nothing Appears Suspicious’ In Death Of Malcolm X’s Daughter Malikah Shabazz Who Had Long-Term Illness

The city’s medical examiner has not yet declared a cause of death.
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Malikah Shabazz, Youngest Daughter Of Malcolm X, Found Dead At Home

An actual cause of death has yet to be determined.

Two Men Convicted Of Malcolm X Slaying Will Be Exonerated Five Decades After His Assassination

The thrown out convictions come 55 years after the civil rights icon was killed in New York and a 22-month investigation.