Unpublished Chapter of Malcolm X Autobiography Auctioned Off to Harlem Cultural Center

For the past 54 years, The Autobiography of Malcolm X has become a staple read in the black community. Mostly along the lines of what is considered to be knowledge of self. History on the classic writing tells that the published product the global masses have all grown to love has a fair amount of missing pieces, most of them are chapters. Most of which the powerful revolutionary’s rhetoric was raw and fiery in relation to the African-American experience here in North America. According to the Associated Press, some of the missing chapters have been found and were auctioned off to a cultural center in the iconic figure’s hometown of Harlem.

On Thursday, Guernsey’s auction house in New York City held an auction featuring the manuscript of the unpublished chapter titled, “The Negro,”…

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