Lost Malcolm X Speech Heard Again 50 Years Later

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Malcolm X, shown here in 1964, spoke at Brown University in 1961 to defend his views. That speech was recently unearthed in the university archives. i

Malcolm X, shown here in 1964, spoke at Brown University in 1961 to defend his views. That speech was recently unearthed in the university archives. Herman Hiller, World Telegram staff photographer/[Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Malcolm X, shown here in 1964, spoke at Brown University in 1961 to defend his views. That speech was recently unearthed in the university archives.

Malcolm X, shown here in 1964, spoke at Brown University in 1961 to defend his views. That speech was recently unearthed in the university archives.

Herman Hiller, World Telegram staff photographer/[Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons

In this week's podcast of weekends on All Things Considered, the Malcolm X speech that was thought lost for 50 years. Plus, a look at the real Mitt Romney and how top banks recruit college grads. Also, Sugar Ray Leonard remembers trainer Angelo Dundee and singer Jill Sobule takes on "Yentl."

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