Civil rights icon Malcolm X’s former home in Boston has officially been added to…


Civil rights icon Malcolm X’s former home in Boston has officially been added to the National Register of Historic Places, further cementing the civil rights leader’s place in history. The home was nominated by Malcolm X’s nephew, Rodney Collins. Collins hopes the designation will allow the family to turn the property into a home for graduate students studying Black history and civil rights, according to the Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office.⁠

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  1. The deplorable’s be like “ ugh this is atrocious ! Why not add trumps famous escalator has a national monument instead !”

  2. If i were to become a historical hero they’d have to decide between 20 different apartment units to make it a national historic place 🤔🙄

  3. Well that’s a huge move. Another move would be for the FBI to tear down the proud boys like they did the black panthers and the African American community. Let’s go FBI !

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