Malcolm X At The African Summit Conference

American Civil Rights activist and former Black Muslim leader Malcolm X (1925 - 1965) (left) holds an open copy of the Koran as he speaks to an unidentified man at African Summit Conference at the Semiramis Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, July 1964. At the event, X called upon African heads of state to bring the United States up on charges of violating the United Nations Charter of Human Rights for its treatment of the American black population. (Photo by Pictorial Parade/Getty Images)
American Civil Rights activist and former Black Muslim leader Malcolm X (1925 - 1965) (left) holds an open copy of the Koran as he speaks to an unidentified man at African Summit Conference at the Semiramis Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, July 1964. At the event, X called upon African heads of state to bring the United States up on charges of violating the United Nations Charter of Human Rights for its treatment of the American black population. (Photo by Pictorial Parade/Getty Images)
Malcolm X At The African Summit Conference
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