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Malcolm X Speaker Series

When: January 24, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Where: 2001 Washington St, Roxbury, MA
Ages allowed: All Ages
Cost: Free
Malcolm X Speaker Series

Event Details:

Residence Inn 2001 Washington St. Boston/Roxbury

2020 Date(s) : Jan. 24th, Feb. 21st, March 20th

5:30-6:30 PM

Includes:

Discussions on Historical Moments in: Human Rights, Social Justice in Journalism & Malcolm X (1940’s – Today)

A Colloquium with:

Prof. A. Peter Bailey. Bailey is the former Editor of Ebony Magazine under LeRone Bennet Jr.–Editor-in-Chief, noted historian, and author of Before the Mayflower and Forced into Glory. In addition to writing for Jet Magazine, Bailey was a contributor for the New York Times and served as the Editor for the newsletter Blacklash, founded by Malcolm X. Bailey is also the official biographer of legendary choreographer Alvin Ailey. As the editor for Seventh Child: a Family Memoir of Malcolm X, Bailey’s current project is working on the critically acclaimed play titled; Malcolm, Martin, Medgar.

Event Followed By:

Creative Writing Workshops for High School Sophomore, Seniors & College Freshmen (ONLY)

Presented By:

Dartmouth College Department of English Language, Hanover New Hampshire

Malcolm X Ella L. Little – Collins Family Foundation (MXELLCFF inc) @ Malcolm X Ella Collins House, Roxbury.

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