Malcolm X tribute: A day of reflection

Andrews, Laura
May 1995
New York Amsterdam News;5/27/95, Vol. 86 Issue 21, p27
Reports on highlights at a tribute to civil rights leader Malcolm X, hosted by the Malcolm X Commemoration Coalition, on May 19, 1995. Malcolm X's widow Betty Shabazz's speech concerning the federal indictment against her daughter, Quibilah Shabazz; Presentation of the Malcolm X Lifetime Achievement Award to playwright Amiri Baraka; Other recipients of various awards.


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