Malcolm X and the Radicalization of the Black Student Movement 1960–1973
Figure 1. Malcolm X speaking in a Durham, North Carolina lodge hall on April 18, 1963. Originally scheduled at North Carolina Central University, his speech was moved after university officials denied the controversial former Black Muslim permission to appear on campus. (Photograph by Harold Moore, courtesy of the Herald-Sun). ← 275 | 276 →
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