Black History Culture : Archaeologists digging at Malcolm X's boyhood home in Boston

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    Archaeologists digging at Malcolm X's boyhood home in Boston


    BOSTON (AP) — Archeologists in Boston are digging at a boyhood home of Malcolm X in an effort to uncover more about the slain black rights activist's early life ...


    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/archaeologists-digging-malcolm-xs-boyhood-home-boston-043902485.html

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    FILE - This March 10, 1998, file photo shows the house where slain African-American leader Malcolm X spent part of his childhood, in the Roxbury section of Boston. Archeologists in Boston are digging at the boyhood home of black rights activist Malcolm X. The two-week archaeological dig begins Tuesday, March 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Angela Rowlings, File)


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    City to launch archaeological dig at home of Malcolm X


    BOSTON — Archaeological digs in Boston often hunt for clues to the city’s colonial or Native American past.

    On Tuesday the city will launch a probe into a more recent patch of history at the former home of civil rights leader Malcolm X in Roxbury ...



    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2016/03...ome-malcolm/aW4ya9W6ysTcJ3bWJEEG7N/story.html

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    Malcolm X spoke with media in 1962 on Intervale Street


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