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Malcolm X Memorial Foundation, Omaha

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#8 of 8 in Historic Sites in Omaha
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
We were established to educate through the teachings of Malcolm X’s legacy on a local, national and international scale. We own 15 acres of land including the former home site of Malcolm X who was born here in Omaha, Ne.

We teach about our history, culture, and act upon Bro. Malcolm's legacy by working with youth to improve our condition in life.

We intend to impact upon the perpetuation of Bro. Malcolm’s ideals of unity, equality and collective success by establishing institutions & programs on the Malcolm X birthplace & throughout the world
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  • I stopped by for a visit today. The building was open. I was greeted by Audrey who was happy to give me a tour of the building and grounds. She was very knowledgeable. It was a great educational.....  more »
  • great history, great guide, great tribute to a great man!! Nice experience for people wanting to learn American History through the eyes of African Americans.  more »
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  • I am so grateful that I went. The young man I believe his name is Sharif was very knowledgeable about everything about Malcolm X. But he was also knowledgeable about anything to do with black civil rights African American history and probably African history he was an awesome teacher. Matter fact that young man is a teacher. I would say that if you find yourself in the area they're only open on Saturdays unless you make arrangements with him for yourself or for your group but it's worth while the visit is worthwhile. The original house is no longer there but there is a large standing plaque to Mark the spot where the house were Malcolm little was born and raised until his parents relocated to Lansing Michigan.
  • Ok, please, please learn a little about civil rights history, right here in your own berg. Walter B was a wonderful guide. Moving, thoughtful, factual. Keep your eyes open, backwards and forwards

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