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1 .   February 10, 1992

Alex P. Haley, author of Roots and the Autobiography of Malcolm X, died in Seattle, WA, on this date in 1992.

2 .   February 15, 1965

The home of Malcolm X was bombed on this date in 1965-just days before his assassination.

3 .   February 21, 1965

Malcolm X, Muslim, Black Nationalist, and founder of the Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU), was assassinated on this date in 1965.

4 .   March 12, 1964

Malcolm X withdrew from the Nation of Islam on this date in 1964.

5 .   March 20, 1957

Spike Lee, filmmaker, was born in Atlanta, GA, on this date in 1957. She's Gotta Have It, School Daze, Do the Right Thing, and Malcolm X are some of his popular films.

6 .   May 19, 1925

Malcolm X, Muslim, Black Nationalist, and founder of the Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU), was born in Omaha, NE, on this date in 1925.

7 .   May 28, 1934

Dr. Betty Shabazz, activist and wife of Malcolm X, was born in Detroit, MI, on this date in 1934.

8 .   June 23, 1997

Dr. Betty Shabazz, activist and wife of Malcolm X, died on this date in 1997 from injuries sustained in a fire.

9 .   June 28, 1964

Malcolm X founded the Organization for Afro-American Unity on this date in 1964.

10 .   August 11, 1921

Alex P. Haley, author of Roots and the Autobiography of Malcolm X, was born in Ithaca, NY, on this date in 1921.

11 .   November 18, 1992

Filmmaker Spike Lee's motion picture, Malcolm X, a film about the life of Malcolm X, opened to a nationwide audience on this date in 1992.

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