Artist, activist and educator Ras Ceylon discusses the recent sentencing of Malcolm Shabazz’s killers and the many misconceptions about the life and work of Malcolm X’s grandson.
Source: Like Grandfather, Like Grandson: The Life and Death of Malcolm Latif Shabazz
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