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At the former Malcolm X home in Inkster, a dig for artifacts begins

Inkster Anthropologists from Wayne State University began excavating this week to uncover artifacts at the Inkster home where civil rights leader and Black nationalist Malcolm X briefly lived in the early 1950s. The house, located at 4336 Williams St., was home to the Black Muslim leader in 1952-1953 when he...
INKSTER, MI
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Malcolm X was one of the most prominent voices during the Civil Rights Movement. His ideology consisted of arguing for black power, using self-defense whenever necessary, and encouraging his people to believe in racial pride. The 39-year-old spent his life speaking at large gatherings and rallies until he was killed in 1965.
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