Malcolm X heirs fight to stop publication of his diaries


Malcolm X

RELATIVES of Malcolm X are fighting to stop the publication of his diaries.

Family members have gone to court to block the release of the late civil rights leader’s private thoughts.

In papers filed in Manhattan Federal Court, X Legacy says a Chicago company called Third World Press is planning on publishing “Diary of Malcolm X” as early as next week, and it wants a court order stopping it from doing so.

The lawsuit says: “X Legacy was created by the heirs of Malcolm X to protect and enhance the value of the property held by his estate.”


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