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FROM THE BLOG

BEFORE HE WAS MALCOLM X

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Fifty four years after his assassination, the name Malcolm X still reverberates with the ethos of dogged intolerance to oppression. His name is an evocation — a recalling of a man, minister, and activist who stood vociferously for ideals of black nationalism and black empowerment, and — at the height of the Civil Rights Movement — sought to liberate the black community from the spiritual, political, social, and economic confines willfully imposed by a segregated, imperialist America. While his life’s story has been widely publicized and documented, the details of his life in Boston — a transformative time period by his own admission — surprisingly remain scantily articulated.

Malcolm X, formerly known as Malcolm Little, arrived in Boston at the age of 16 seeking refuge from an earlier life marred by loss and disintegration in Lansing, Michigan.

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