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Johnathan Coleman is trusty for BC

Vaughn Coleman wasn’t just from Harlem. He was from 116th Street in Harlem. He was raised on the same block as Mosque No. 7, where Malcolm X preached until he left the Nation of Islam in 1964.

“I was on 116th Street before Malcolm X even built the mosque,” Coleman said.

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