A couple of weeks ago, we ran a piece in the Phoenix by Malcolm Burnley, a Brown University student and occasional contributor, who had uncovered a long-lost speech by Malcolm X at Brown in 1961. "Few audio recordings, if any, exist of his public
speeches prior to 1963," Burnley wrote, "and this one is particularly compelling —
offering a glimpse of the anti-colonial, internationalist agenda that
would characterize his later talks."
Well, we've now got a five-minute clip from that speech up on our web site and it's well worth a listen - a reminder of his remarkable force and intelligence and humor.