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Congresswoman McKinney Considers Legacy of Malcolm X  

 
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U.S. REP. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA), a longtime advocate for the oppressed and disenfranchised, delivered the Malcolm X Human Rights Lecture in February. Her talk was titled “The Politics of Justice: Modern Social Change and the Legacy of Malcolm X.” McKinney, elected in 1993, was the first African-American woman to represent Georgia in Congress. The United Law Students of Color Council sponsored the event.
 
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