2023 March on Washington Film Festival

From Marcus to Malcolm

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There was a parallel movement of Pan Africanists, Black nationalists, and followers of Islamic thought - the UNIA, the Moorish Science Temple, the Nation of Islam; Garvey, Noble Drew Ali, Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X. In his final years, Malcolm X - was at the beginning of a far wider sphere of influence – with his outreach to African and world leaders on behalf of human rights for African Americans. The impact of these convictions of self-determination, nation building, an alternative political perspective and a spiritually-based path to activism, both inspires and saddens the heart with wonder at what might have been. 



Jose' V. Pimienta-Bey: PhD, Cosby Jubilee Chair of Interracial Education, Chair, Professor of African & African American Studies and Professor of General Studies, Berea College with


Dr. Zain Abdullah: Assoc Prof, Race, Religion and Social Justice, Temple Univ.


Tamara Payne: Pulitzer Prize-winning co-author, The Dead are Arising

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