Malcolm X

"Black people are within their rights to resist oppression." - Dr. Betty Shabazz

On his 97th birthday, Malcolm X remains one of the most important figures of the American Civil Rights Movement.

On Malcolm X's 97th birthday and nearly 60 years after his assassination, the civil rights icon's words and work remain relevant.


Five of Malcolm X's most iconic speeches in celebration of his life, which began on May 19, 1925.

Life needs perspective. Malcolm X learned that when he traveled to Mecca to take his pilgrimage in April 1964. After Malcolm was suspended from the Nation of Islam in 1963, he set his sights on a new chapter.

Here's to the art of wordplay and celebrating the beautiful black history quotes and passages that represent the craft of colloquy. Inside are five of the most beautifully written quotes, poems, or passages from black history.

Malikah Shabazz, Malcolm X's youngest daughter, was found dead in her Brooklyn apartment after her daughter made the discovery, according to law enforcement officials. She was 56-years-old.

There is almost a Malcolm X quote for everything. We’ve separated some of his most important quotes into a few categories to help you understand them better.

Malcolm X’s daughter Ilyasah Shabazz is working on a television series about his coming of age journey.

Here are 15 facts about Malcolm X, who championed Black human rights in the United States.

The home where civil rights pioneer Malcolm X spent his teenage years has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Kelly Wood, the daughter of a deceased former NYPD officer, claims a letter was forged with her father's signature which named the FBI and NYPD as co-conspirators in the slain civil rights leader's death.