Malcolm X Liberation University opened in Durham, NC in 1969 and moved to Greensboro in 1970. The objective of its founder, Howard Fuller, was “to provide a framework within which black education can become relevant to the needs of the black community and the struggle for black liberation." The school offered classes such as “Independent African Civilization,” “Slavery,” and “Colonialism”


  • Title: Malcolm X Liberation University
  • Creator: Bill Boyarsky
  • Date Created: 1969
  • Location: Durham, North Carolina
  • Rights: Courtesy North Carolina Collection, Durham County Library

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