Malcolm X, eloquent spokesman for civil rights and for the oppressed everywhere, lived in Lansing in the 1930s on a site that is now a registered historical landmark. Malcolm X converted to the nation of Islam, and became one of the first African-American leaders to openly articulate the extent of racial discontent in our society.
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