The family of Malcolm X gathered on the anniversary of his death to announce a $100M lawsuit against the CIA, FBI & NYPD.

After a long stretch that saw him passed over twice, Malcolm X was inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame on Monday in a unanimous vote. The civil rights icon is the first Black person to receive that honor, and his official induction will be in 2024.


Malikah Shabazz, the daughter of late Civil Rights icon Malcolm X was found dead in her Brooklyn apartment. She was 56.


News of the exoneration last week of Norman 3X Butler and Thomas 15X Johnson, convicted for the murder of Malcolm X in 1965, was relayed to Talmadge Hayer, now known as Mujahid Abdul Halim who had been insistent that the two were innocent for years. Halim has been withdrawn from the public, living quietly as a retiree in Brooklyn, New York.

As we celebrate the birthday of Malcolm X, who was born as Malcolm Little on born May 19, 1925, we highlight five of his quotes that give a glimpse into the brilliance that he presented throughout his short life before his assassination in 1965.

The family held a news conference over the weekend and read a letter said to be written by a Black undercover officer who claimed that the NYPD and FBI worked in tandem to take down the leader.

Netflix recently premiered a new documentary, Who Killed Malcolm X?, that examines the alleged powers at play that conspired to kill the charismatic Muslim leader.  As a result, a new investigation into the murder of El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz will commence based on the unearthed information.

The great divide between the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X  is one of many tragic endings in Black History. Two men, with different methods of approaching a common goal, whose reputations remain to this day enshrined in their earlier viewpoints and not the evolution of their ideals.

Quincy Jones is spilling all types of tea this year. He is now claiming Ray Charles is the reason he had issues with heroin.

Turkey will rename a street that the upcoming United States embassy will be built in the nation after the controversial civil rights leader and human rights activist, Malcolm X. The street will be called “Malcolm X Avenue” for reasons only known to Turkish officials, and it is thought it could be a jab at the […]

Back in 1992, attorney Gregory Reed made the score of a lifetime after obtaining the original manuscripts for Malcolm X and Alex Haley’s 1965 book, The Autobiography of Malcolm X. On Thursday (July 26), one of the three missing chapters were sold at an auction, bringing to the public one of the literary world’s most […]

A private high school in Queens, New York found itself in the center of a controversy involving late civil rights leader and humanitarian, Malcolm X. A student at the school shares El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz‘s first name before the former NOI spokesperson changed it, and was denied a request to have a senior sweater adorned “Malcolm […]