File - In this March 5, 1964 photo, Black Muslim leader Malcolm X poses during an interview in New York. (AP Photo/Eddie Adams)
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Archeologists in Boston are digging at a boyhood home of Malcolm X in an effort to uncover more about the about slain black rights activist's early life.The two-week archaeological dig was to begin Tuesday in Boston's historically black Roxbury neighborhood. Members of Malcolm X's family and community residents are expected to help Boston's Archaeology Lab and researchers from the University of Massachusetts-Boston undertaking the excavation.The home, built in 1874, is currently owned by Rodnell Collins, a nephew of Malcolm X who hopes the survey can raise public awareness of his family's history as he looks to convert the home into a residence for graduate student community volunteers.
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