NYC/Malcolm X ¡Presente!

The New York branch of Workers World Party held a special Black History Month forum on “The impact of Malcolm X’s legacy on the global class struggle today” on Feb. 20 — one day before the 55th anniversary of the assassination of the great Black Nationalist leader. From Black Lives Matter to the migrant struggle, the speakers connected these issues, and more, to the inspiration Malcolm X still evokes today, with his words and deeds promoting anti-imperialist internationalism.

Speakers were (above, right to left): Monica Moorehead, WW managing editor; Uriel Perez, Alliance For Fair Food; Larry Holmes, Workers World Party First Secretary; Nely Rodriguez, Coalition of Immokalee Workers; and Vincent Taccetta and Makasi Motema, Peoples Power Assemblies-NYC.

— Workers World New York bureau

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