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Smithsonian Channel’s ‘Malcolm X’ show screened

From left: Merchie Frazier, Damion Thomas, and David Royle at the Museum of African American History.
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From left: Merchie Frazier, Damion Thomas, and David Royle at the Museum of African American History.

The Museum of African American History hosted a private screening of “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” the other night. The show, which airs on the Smithsonian Channel, tells the story of the civil rights activist through speeches, newscasts, and archival footage. The event at the museum on Joy Street included a discussion, moderated by NBC10’s Frank Holland, among Damion Thomas, curator at National Museum of African American History and Culture, L’Merchie Frazier, director of education at the Museum of African American History, and David Royle of the Smithsonian Channel.

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