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About Malcolm X

Malcolm X is an American civil-rights icon.

Personal Biography

Betty Shabazz is his wife.

Malcolm X in News

Lakeshore Recycling Systems Awarded Three-Year Waste Removal, Recycling, E-Waste Contract at Eight Area City Colleges of Chicago
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), Chicagoland's leading independent recycling and waste diversion services provider, today announced it has been awarded a three-year waste removal and recycling contract at eight area City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) sites. The award expands the LRS-CCC relationship from one site to now eight, four colleges and four satellite-learning sites.

Malcolm X's Daughter Releases Novel About Her Father's Coming of Age Timed With the 50th Anniversary of Assassination on February 21, 2015
SOMERVILLE, MA--(Marketwired - February 17, 2015) - February 21, 2015, marks the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of famed civil rights leader Malcolm X. His legacy lives on in his daughter Ilyasah Shabazz, who has written X: A Novel, a revelatory and timely book about her father's young adulthood and his journey toward becoming the man who made history.

Grammy Winner Mark S. Doss Returns to Chicago for Do-It-Yourself Messiah
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Longtime Education Activist, Dr. Howard Fuller, Launches New Book and Website
MILWAUKEE, WI--(Marketwired - August 18, 2014) - Longtime education activist Dr. Howard Fuller launched a new website Aug. 18 to serve as a one-stop destination for information in anticipation of his forthcoming memoir.

National Building Museum Displays Acquisitions by Architects, Artists, & Inventors: Raymond Kaskey, Victor Lundy, Laurie Simmons, Jay Swayze, & More
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - March 11, 2014) - The National Building Museum invites you to take a peek into its collections at our newest exhibition, Cool & Collected: Recent Acquisitions, open March 8, 2014 to May 25, 2015.

The National Civil Rights Museum Finalizing Renovation With Grand Reopening April 5
MEMPHIS, TN--(Marketwired - February 20, 2014) - The National Civil Rights Museum's $27.5 million renovation of the Lorraine Motel, is in its final stages. Grand reopening is slated for April 5, following a forum on the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and candlelight vigil the evening of April 4.

ONTS - A Gateway to World-Class Education
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”-Malcolm X In a global learning environment which requires students to be ready for a varied set of challenges, it is imperative that an educational institution prepares students to be not only future-ready but also offers world-class education

PHOTO UPDATE: Rush to Create New Education and Career Opportunities While Improving Health Care in Chicago Through $5 Million Donation From BMO Harris Bank
Rush University Medical Center today received a $5 million donation from BMO Harris Bank to expand a unique model of care that educates and trains students for new health care jobs needed to deliver high-quality, coordinated health care to Chicago's underserved and low-income West and South Side communities.

Rush to Create New Education and Career Opportunities While Improving Health Care in Chicago Through $5 Million Donation From BMO Harris Bank
Rush University Medical Center today received a $5 million donation from BMO Harris Bank to expand a unique model of care that educates and trains students for new health care jobs needed to deliver high-quality, coordinated health care to Chicago's underserved and low-income West and South Side communities.

Grammy Award Winner Mark S. Doss Returns to Chicago as Soloist in the Do-It-Yourself Messiah
World renowned opera star Mark S. Doss is returning as the bass soloist in Chicago's holiday tradition, Handel's Do-It-Yourself Messiah. Celebrating its 36th year, performances will be held on Monday, December 17, 2012 and Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 7 p.m. at the Harris Theatre in Chicago's famous Millennium Park.

Illinois Academy to Honor Three Chicago-Area Family Physicians
The Illinois Academy of Family Physicians (IAFP) will honor three outstanding physicians as part of the annual awards program. The IAFP Public Relations Task Force evaluated all the nominees and selected the recipients. Each of these members will be honored at the IAFP annual meeting November 9 at Eaglewood Resort in Itasca.

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth Opening on Broadway July 31
Mike Tyson is trying something new this summer: performing on a Broadway stage.

Two Standout City Colleges of Chicago Students Selected to Participate in NanoProfessor Internship Program
NanoProfessor®, a division of NanoInk®, Inc. focused on nanotechnology education, announced today that in conjunction with the City Colleges of Chicago, two City Colleges of Chicago students have been selected to participate in the NanoProfessor Internship Program.

City Colleges of Chicago Moves Toward Nanotechnology Curriculum With NanoProfessor Nanoscience Education Program
NanoProfessor®, a division of NanoInk®, Inc. focused on nanotechnology education, announced today a partnership with City Colleges of Chicago in which two City Colleges students will complete a specially designed "Introduction to Nanotechnology" course followed by a paid summer internship program working in the Skokie-based NanoProfessor labs.

New York cop saves himself from being shot by jamming ring finger under hammer
A New York Police Department cop jammed his ring finger under .38 revolver's hammer to save himself from being shot in the gut.

Zephyr Agent Garrett Goldman Puts Art Back Into Education
Over the past several years, arts programs have been virtually eliminated or, at best, vastly reduced, in the public school arena. Zephyr agent Garrett Goldman and his partners saw the need for programs to encourage creative spirit and educational opportunities for under-served students and schools.

25 films that will be immortalised by US National Film Registry this year
The US Library of Congress has decided to preserve films with artistic, cultural or historical significance as part of its National Film Registry - and Darth Vader's image proclaiming he's Luke Skywalker's father is one of them.

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