A Storify, largely from #MalcolmX on Twitter:
This is Manning Marable on Democracy Now; I watched, and included the one above (which I haven’t yet watched), but his reconstruction of X was very contentious at the time, and I wish I could remember more about why that was. It’s just been so many years ago now that I read all about the major kerfuffle.
‘The Legacy of Malcolm X: Malcolm X died fifty years ago today, just as he was moving toward revolutionary ideas that challenged oppression in all its forms’, by Ahmed Shawki (Ahmed Shawki is the author of Black Liberation and Socialism, from which the following is adapted.)
From the Jacobin link, X’s April 3, Cleveland, Ohio ‘Ballot or the Bullet’ speech.
Fascinating: NYPD won’t honor FOIA requests on X’s surveillance: