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Malcolm X's Boyhood Home in Boston Gets Historic Designation

Malcolm X's Boyhood Home in Boston Gets Historic Designation

The former Malcolm Little was a teenager in the 1940s when he came to live in the Roxbury home with his sister, Ella Little Collins Bill Sikes/AP Malcolm X's boyhood home in Boston was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The 2 ½-story house is the only surviving residence associated...

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