Smethwick, 1965. Growing racial tension triggers a shotgun visit from civil rights icon Malcolm X. Come and hear the story from the people who met the man. Come take a walk down Marshall Street.
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Malcolm X Remembered In Birmingham
A plaque is erected in Marshall Street, Smethwick, on the 47th anniversary of the civil rights leader's assassination
Written by Elizabeth Pears, The Voice Newspaper
21/02/2012 12:08 PM
A STAND: Malcolm X helped raise the plight of a racist housing policy in Birmingham
CIVIL RIGHTS leader Malcolm X will today be honoured with a blue heritage plaque in the Birmingham town where he campaigned to end its segregated housing policy.