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Callie Crossley to participate in conversation at Wabash College

Award-winning journalist, commentator and public speaker Callie Crossley will participate in a conversation about the legacy of civil rights leader Malcolm X at 7:30...

Callie Crossley to participate in conversation at Wabash College

Award-winning journalist, commentator and public speaker Callie Crossley will participate in a conversation about the legacy of civil rights leader Malcolm X at 7:30...

Black institute celebrates 40 years

Many people have admired Malcolm X as a courageous advocate for social equality.  Since he called for serious changes in society, the activist generated...
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