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Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU) collection, 1963-1965.

Author: Malcolm X; A Peter Bailey; Carlos Moore; Organization of Afro-American Unity.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Varied OAAU and Malcolm X-related documents, including two statements issued by Malcolm X in Cairo in August 1964; a typed article Malcolm X reportedly gave to Peter Bailey, editor of the OAAU newsletter Blacklash, at the Hotel Theresa the day before his assassination; and interview transcripts, press releases and other printed matter. Also included are Bailey's 7p. holograph "Thoughts written down immediately after  Read more...
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Named Person: Malcolm X
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm X; A Peter Bailey; Carlos Moore; Organization of Afro-American Unity.
OCLC Number: 472223219
Notes: Photographs transferred to Photographs and Prints Division.
Description: 0.2 lin. Ft. (one box)

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Varied OAAU and Malcolm X-related documents, including two statements issued by Malcolm X in Cairo in August 1964; a typed article Malcolm X reportedly gave to Peter Bailey, editor of the OAAU newsletter Blacklash, at the Hotel Theresa the day before his assassination; and interview transcripts, press releases and other printed matter. Also included are Bailey's 7p. holograph "Thoughts written down immediately after Bro. Malcolm's assassination;" a two page statement by Ella Collins, President of OAAU, Inc., announcing "A ten year economic program based upon 360 degrees of knowledge" and the organization's new motto, "Black Ism" (1965); and writings by Carlos Moore and Lebert Bethune of the Afroamerican Committee in Paris about Malcolm X's banning by the French government and his subsequent assassination.

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