Malcolm X

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Malcolm X

Listen to his April 1964 speech "The Ballot or the Bullet". For his other speeches and related resources, see here.

In 1968 James Baldwin wrote a screenplay based on Malcolm X's autobiography, later published in 1973 as One Day, When I was Lost (Dial, 1973). There were plans for Billy Dee Williams to be the star, but the project failed. Warner Brothers subsequently released a film about Malcolm X in 1972.

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His youngest daughter is Malaak Shabazz.

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