The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

"Malcolm X: The Complexity of a Man in the Jungle," March 2, 1965



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"Malcolm X: The Complexity of a Man in the Jungle," March 2, 1965


Joyce Ware introduces an article written by Marlene Nadle of the Village Voice shortly before Malcolm X was assassinated. Nadle's article shares her interview with Malcolm X days before his death and covers many topics including Harlem, teaching, and militant nationalism. 


Northeastern Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)


March 2, 1965


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8.5 inches X 11 inches; 8 pages



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Northeastern Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), “"Malcolm X: The Complexity of a Man in the Jungle," March 2, 1965,” Humanities Hub, accessed July 23, 2024,