The civil rights activist left his mark on the world and every year people around the world remember him on his birthday, May 19.

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

Taylor Lewis
Mar, 29, 2016

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

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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.

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What do you think historians will find at the house? 

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