Martin Luther King Jr. gets the most credit.
Martin Luther King Jr. gets the most credit for leading America’s 1960s civil rights movement, but the more militant Malcolm X played a key role. Poet laureate George Elliott Clarke, dub poetry icon Lillian Allen and others honour Malcolm’s legacy with poetry, rap and more at Malcolm X: 50 Years After, Pertinent Or Passé? on February 20.
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