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1997-05-19

Excerpt of a speech Malcolm X gave in Detroit concerning the Congo.

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Excerpt of a speech Malcolm X gave in Detroit concerning the Congo. It is the 72nd anniversary of Malcolm X’s birth. He spoke about the history of the Congo and US involvement there and the role that Blacks and Whites in the United States play in it all.

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