Malcolm X’s Boston Home to Be Site of Archeological Dig

The two-week dig will be led in the hopes of uncovering more artifacts from the famed civil rights leader.

Archeologists are hoping to unbury some forgotten Malcolm X history. Literally.

NYC Officials Discover African Burial Ground in East Harlem

The Associated Press reports that Boston archeologists are planning a two-week excavation of the former childhood home of Malcolm X in the hopes of learning more about the famed civil rights leader.

Malcolm left his home of Lansing, Michigan in 1941 as a teenager to move in with his half sister, Ella Little-Collins, in Boston. He spent years dividing his time between Little-Collins’ home and Harlem.

U.N. Panel Says African-Americans are Owed Reparations

What do you think historians will find at the house? 

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