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On the French government's refusal to let Malcolm into France.

Why Betty X was not more involved in the Organization of Afro-American Unity.

On Ella Collins, sister of Malcolm X.

Ella Collins' story that Louise Little was not crazy when Louise was institutionalized.

The first meeting of the Organization of Afro-American Unity being in January of 1964.

The proceedings of the first meeting of the Organization of Afro-American Unity.

Malcolm X's relationship with one of the secretaries who became involved with Elijah Muhammad.

Malcolm X's views on whites after the trip to Mecca in 1964.

he events at the Audubon leading up to Malcolm X's assassination.

The events at the Audubon during and immediately after Malcolm X's assassination.

The Organization of Afro-American Unity's decision to have people searched at OAAU rallies and meetings.

Peter Bailey

Peter BaileyPeter Bailey was the editor and publisher of the newsletter for the Organization for African-American Unity. He was present when Malcolm was assassinated. He is also the author with Rodnell Collins, Malcolm X's nephew, of Seventh Child: A Family Memoir of Malcolm X (Birch Lane Press, 1998).


































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