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Malcolm X MALCOLM X (1925-1965) African-American minister and human rights activist as head of the self-styled Nation of Islam DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly after his visit to Marshall Street in Smethwick.

The human rights activist visited Smethwick, near Birmingham, which had become a byword for racial division following Malcolm X Biography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley Malcolm X, American Human Rights Activist MALCOLM X (1925-1965).

/nBorn Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photographed while giving a speech at a rally in Harlem, New York City, c1963. Malcolm X (1925 – 1965), born Malcolm Little. American Muslim minister and a human rights activist.

KING AND MALCOLM X, 1964. /nDr. Martin Luther King Jr. (left), American cleric and civil rights leader, photographed with American religious and political leader Malcolm X, before a press conference in Washington, D.

C., 26 March 1964. MALCOLM X (1992) DENZEL WASHINGTON MLX 083 Upset African-American Women Waving Farewell to Slain Leader, Malcolm X, at Faith Temple, New York City, USA, February 27, 1965 1965 Daily News (New York) front page Malcolm X murdered Dec.

12, 1964 – Malcolm X head of the Black muslims of America speaks at the Oxford union: Last night Malcolm X the leader of the Black Muslims of America went to Oxford to speak to the Oxford Union, about a separate Negro state in which coloured people could live undisturbed.

And many Americans believe he would use violence to get it. His motion at the meeting was ”Extremism in the defence of liberty is no vice”. Photo shows Malcolm X left with Eric Abrahams, the Union’s Jamaican parst president seen in Oxford yesterday.

Civil rights leader Malcolm X waits to greet the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. during a press conference in the U.S. Capitol March 26, 1964 in Washington, DC. King discussed the Civil Rights Bill being debated by the United States Senate.

African American people carrying a banner with a quote by Malcolm X. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X waiting for press conference,1964 March 26 Trikosko, Marion S., photographer Malcolm X NYWTS 3. Malcolm X Malcolm X Delroy Lindo, Denzel Washington Malcolm X (Denzel Washington) wird von West Indian Archie (Delroy Lindo), Afroamerican Music Fest, Malcolm X Shirt, Hart Plaza, Detroit Michigan USA MALCOLM X – US Black Muslim leader in 1964 – see Description below AL FREEMAN JR & DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly after his visit to Marshall Street in Smethwick.

The human rights activist visited Smethwick, near Birmingham, which had become a byword for racial division following Reverend Martin Luther King and Malcolm X speak while waiting for press conference to begin.

Photographed March 26,1964 by Marion S. Trikosko, U.S. News & World Report Magazine This archival print is available in the following sizes: 8′ x 10′ $15.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 11′ x 14′ $23.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 16′ x 20′ $59.

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MALCOLM X (1992) DENZEL WASHINGTON MLX 029 MALCOLM X (1925-1965). /nOriginally Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photograph, mid 20th century. 1965 Daily News (New York) page 3 Malcolm X murdered MALCOLM X (1925-1965).

/nBorn Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photograph by Herman Hiller, 1964. Malcolm X (1925 – 1965), born Malcolm Little. American Muslim minister and a human rights activist.

In honor of the 92nd Anniversary of the birth of black national hero, Malcolm X, on May 19, 2017; members of December 12th Movement, Black Lives Matter Greater New York and Harlem residents gathered outside Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building, 163 W.

125th St. to hold the 28th annual black power “Shut ‘Em Down” rally and march. Mosque Number 7 in Harlem, NYC – where Malcolm X preached Malcolm X NYWTS 4. Street sign of the Malcolm x blvd in east harlem in New York City Malcolm X Boulevard Lenox Avenue Harlem New York Manhattan United States MALCOLM X (1925-1965) African-American minister and human rights activist as head of the self-styled Nation of Islam DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly after his visit to Marshall Street in Smethwick.

The human rights activist visited Smethwick, near Birmingham, which had become a byword for racial division following Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 30th June 2016. A man walks past a wall painted with images of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.

The graffiti on the wall of a vacant building lot changes on almost a weekly basis. Credit: Alan Dawson News/Alamy Live News MALCOLM X DENZEL WASHINGTON Date: 1992 Adam Clayton Powell Jr statue on Malcolm X Blvd, Harlem, New York, United States of America Malcolm-x colorized photo NEW YORK, USA – JUNE 16, 2015: Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem district.

Harlem is a large neighborhood within the northern sectio Boston USA Malcolm X Boulevard sign in Roxbury MALCOLM X -1992 SPIKE LEE Malcolm X Waiting at Press Conference 1965 New York Herald Tribune front page Malcolm X murdered MALCOLM X (1925-1965).

/nBorn Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photograph by Ed Ford, 1964. Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965), born Malcolm Little, he was an American Muslim minister and a human rights activist In honor of the 92nd Anniversary of the birth of black national hero, Malcolm X, on May 19, 2017; members of December 12th Movement, Black Lives Matter Greater New York and Harlem residents gathered outside Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building, 163 W.

125th St. to hold the 28th annual black power “Shut ‘Em Down” rally and march. United States, New York, Manhattan, Harlem, Malcolm X Boulevard, Lenox Avenue Malcolm X Street Plate In Harlem, Manhattan, New York, Usa United States, New York, Manhattan, Harlem, Malcolm X Boulevard, Lenox Avenue Malcolm X Boulevard Lenox Avenue Harlem New York City Manhattan United States MALCOLM X (1925-1965) African-American minister and human rights activist as head of the self-styled Nation of Islam DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist seen here shortly after his visit to Marshall Street in Smethwick.

The graffiti on the wall of a vacant building lot changes on almost a weekly basis. Credit: Alan Dawson News/Alamy Live News MALCOLM X SPIKE LEE, DENZEL WASHINGTON Date: 1992 Memorial mural to Malcolm X on a wall in BedfordStuy Brooklyn, New York.

Malcolm X A Yogi meditates in Meridian Hill Park, a.k.a. Malcolm X Park. Lenox Avenue – Malcolm X Boulevard, Harlem, New York City, USA Coretta Scott King (R) widow of Martin Luther King Jr. speaks with Betty Shabazz (L), widow of Malcolm X in New York MALCOLM X (1992) DENZEL WASHINGTON MLX 030 Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Graffiti, portrait of the civil rights leader Malcolm X in Harlem, West 147th Street, New York City, New York, USA MALCOLM X (1925-1965).

/nOriginally Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Martin Luther King Jnr (1929-1968) and Malcolm X (Malcolm Little – 1925-1965) waiting for a press conference, 26 March 1964. In honor of the 92nd Anniversary of the birth of black national hero, Malcolm X, on May 19, 2017; members of December 12th Movement, Black Lives Matter Greater New York and Harlem residents gathered outside Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building, 163 W.

125th St. to hold the 28th annual black power “Shut ‘Em Down” rally and march. Photograph of a meeting in Harlem with Fidel Castro (1926-) and Malcolm X (1925-1965). Dated 1960 Malcolm X Boulevard.

Harlem. New York city. USA. United States, New York, Manhattan, Harlem, Malcolm X Boulevard, Lenox Avenue Malcolm X Boulevard Lenox Avenue Harlem New York Manhattan United States MALCOLM X – US Black Muslim leader after his murder in February 1965 his body was displayed at the Unity Funeral Home in Harlem DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist poses beside the street sign for Marshall Street in Smethwick during a visit to the Midlands.

The human rights activist posed beside the nameplate, walked 50 yards up the street, smiled Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 30th June 2016. A man walks past a wall painted with images of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.

The graffiti on the wall of a vacant building lot changes on almost a weekly basis. Credit: Alan Dawson News/Alamy Live News ONE WAY sign on the corner of Lenox Ave (Malcolm X Blvd) and West 127th Street in Harlem, New York City.

A copy of the Autobiography of Malcolm X, written with Alex Haley is seen on Wednesday, April 21, 2010. (© Richard B. Levine) P24 049 Afroamerican Music Fest, Malcolm X Shirt, Hart Plaza, Detroit Malcolm X College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, is a two-year college located west of downtown and the city’s Loop.

Chicago, Illinois, USA. A person holding a sign with a Malcolm X quote. MALCOLM X (1992) DENZEL WASHINGTON MLX 085 Malcolm X Community College on the near west side of Chicago.One of a number of community colleges available in the city.

Chicago, Illinois, USA. Malcolm X Boulevard in New York MALCOLM X (1925-1965). /nBorn Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photographed at Queens Court by Herman Hiller, 1964. Malcolm X Boulevard in New York MALCOLM X (1925-1965).

/nBorn Malcolm Little. American religious and political leader. Photographed by Marion Trikosko while waiting at a press conference given by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in Washington, D.C., 26 March 1964.

junction of west 122nd street and Malcolm X boulevard Lenox Avenue Harlem new york city new york USA KING AND MALCOLM X, 1964. /nDr. Martin Luther King Jr. (left), American cleric and civil rights leader, photographed with American religious and political leader Malcolm X at the Capitol in Washington, D.

C., 26 March 1964. United States, New York, Manhattan, Harlem, Malcolm X Boulevard, Lenox Avenue Malcolm X Boulevard Lenox Avenue Harlem New York City Manhattan United States MALCOLM X – Malcolm Little (1925-1965) American Sunni nMuslim minister and political activist in March 1964.

Photo Ed Ford DENZEL WASHINGTON MALCOLM X (1992) Malcolm X African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist smiles at a ‘for sale’ notice in the window of number 66 Marshall Street in Smethwick during a visit to the Midlands.

The human rights activist posed beside the nameplate, walked 50 yar Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using

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