Malcolm X's widow sues Writers and Readers for copyright infringement

Reid, C.; Reuter, M.
August 1991
Publishers Weekly;8/9/1991, Vol. 238 Issue 36, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that Malcolm X's widow Dr. Betty Shabazz, the owner of the copyright to his work, and Pathfinder Press, Malcolm X's publisher, have filed suit for copyright infringement in United States District Court against Writers and Readers Publishing. Suit concerns the book `Malcolm X for Beginners,' by Abdul Alkalimat; Details of the grievences; Negotiations between the two parties; Prospects for an out-of-court settlement.


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