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    The Real Malcolm X and His Impact on American Politics

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    We are joined by Eddie Conway, Executive Producer with The Real News Network, was a leading member of the Baltimore branch of the Black Panther Party and was a political prisoner, & Dr. Jared Ball, a prof. of communication studies at Morgan State Univ, editor of “A Lie of Reinvention: Correcting Manning Marable’s Malcolm X,” www.IMixWhatILike.org.

    On this day 95 years ago, Malcolm X was born. He would go on to become an icon of the fight for Black liberation before being assassinated in 1965. Malcolm X remains a beloved figure and an inspiration to people’s movements around the world.

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