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Top 10 Of Malcolm X Influences In Hip Hop Music

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TheSource.com has put together a classic list honoring the legacy and works of the man who made intelligence cool in Hip Hop music Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little also known to many as El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz, was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist born in Omaha, Nebraska, […]

Malcolm X Would Have Been 95 Years Old Today and His Message is Louder Than Ever

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Social activist and spiritual leader, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, better known as Malcolm X, would have been 95 years old today. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information As we approach his centennial, it is appropriate to point out how relevant his message is now, decades later. The Beginning With an incredible transformation story that has inspired generations, […]

Malcolm X’s Top 10 Influences In Hip Hop Music

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TheSource.com has put together a classic list honoring the legacy and works of the man who made intelligence cool in Hip Hop music Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little also known to many as El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz, was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist born in Omaha, Nebraska, […]

Today Marks 55 Years Since Malcolm X’s ‘Speech At Ford Auditorium’

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Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little was a civil rights activist and a Muslim minister. In 1946, Malcolm and a friend of his were arrested under burglary charges, causing Malcolm to be sentenced to ten years in prison. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information During his time in prison, Malcolm would find himself being intrigued by the […]

Manhattan D.A to Reexamine Malcolm X’s Murder Convictions Following Release of Netflix Documentary

Manhattan D.A to Reexamine Malcolm X's Murder Convictions Following Release of Netflix Documentary

The power of storytelling has been proven yet again in another Netflix documentary about Malcolm X. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The ABA Journal reported a preliminary review of the murder convictions is currently underway to determine if they need to re-launch an investigation. The streaming service released a six-part documentary, Who Killed Malcolm X? […]

Your History Teacher Has Been Lying to You… Dr. King was More Like The Black Panthers and The Hip-Hop Community Than They are Like Malcolm X

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Your sixth-grade social studies teacher has pushed a narrative about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. that was simply a lie. They wanted you to think that our shining prince was weak, gentile and not about that life. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information But there was absolutely nothing weak about Dr. King. His position of non-violence […]

Annual Malcolm X Birthday Celebration to be Held on May 19th

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Malcolm X is one of the greatest Black leaders during the Freedom Movement. His advocacy for the Black freedom struggle was immortalized in film in Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, starring Denzel Washington. For giving his life to for his people, Malcolm’s life is worthy of celebration. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The annual Malcolm X […]

Ya Digg, Sho ‘Nuff: 7 Spike Lee Films That Pushed the Culture Forward

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Legendary filmmaker Spike Lee once again made Black History when he took home his first Oscar. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information After being snubbed for more than 30 years, the Brooklyn-bred made history by taking home his first Oscar for Best Director for the controversial film, BlacKKKlansmen. During the pre-show on the Oscars red carpet, E! […]

Kodak Black Tackles Gun Violence & Racism in ‘Malcolm X.X.X.’

Kodak Black Tackles Gun Violence & Racism in 'Malcolm X.X.X.'

Kodak Black’s sophomore album, Dying To Live, is finally here, marking his first post-prison effort. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The 16-track project includes features from Juice WRLD, Travis Scott, and Lil Pump. One of the most notable tracks was the ninth cut titled, “Malcolm X.X.X.,” which he addresses the issues of gun violence and racism. […]

Quincy Jones Claims Ray Charles Got Him Addicted to Heroin at 15

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Quincy Jones made headlines recently when he did a rare interview with Vulture and spilled all the tea. Jones was busy again on Wednesday when he sat down with Scott Feinberg for the most recent episode of the Awards Chatter podcast. In a wide-ranging interview, the legendary musician, composer, and producer revealed that Ray Charles got […]

This Is Why The Obamas Should Consider Moving To Harlem, Not The Upper East Side

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By Ime Ekpo Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information No wonder Barack and Michelle have been spotted prancing around New York City lately. The Obamas might be moving in. According to Page Six, Barack and Michelle have viewed a five bedroom, four bathroom lair on the Upper East Side of Manhattan stationed between East End Avenue […]

Marcus Garvey Biopic Set To Be Released In 2017

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Hollywood is developing a film about the late Marcus Garvey and according to IMDB, it’s to be released in 2017. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Some news outlets have reported veteran actor Delroy Lindo will play Marcus Garvey, but he hasn’t confirmed the news as yet. Lindo is of Jamaican descent and in his younger […]

Family & NYC Community Members Gather To Remember Malcolm X On 51st Anniversary Of His Assassination

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Yesterday marked the 51st anniversary of Malcolm X’s assassination and a fully packed audience of family, friends, community leaders and others impacted by his work gathered to remember the fallen leader at the very site where his life was taken decades ago in 1965. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Formerly the Audubon Ballroom, the center was […]

Five Must Watch Movies During Black History Month

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The art of storytelling through cinema has become one of the most moving ways a perspective can be shared. It is also known that Black people have had an interesting legacy in America since our arrival. While some Black History Month narratives are told over and over again, some are harder to get a hold […]

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