The Malcolm X Collection is culled from rare speeches, interviews, and debates held within the vault of the Pacifica Radio Archives. Following his death in 1965, Pacifica Radio continued to memorialize Malcolm X through the discussions and interpretations of his close friends and colleagues, and documentaries that examine Malcolm X's historical significance in America.
1. The Ballot or the Bullet
Malcolm X deliver one of his best known speeches in Detroit on April 12th, 1964.
2. Black Muslims vs. The Sit-ins
Malcolm X, James Baldwin, and Leverne McCummins discuss the position of the Black Muslims. Recorded in 1961.
3. Prospects for Freedom
On January 7th, 1965, Malcolm X addressed the Militant Labor Forum, discussing the need for Black action on civil rights.
4. Friends and Enemies
Malcolm X spoke on February 15, 1965 - the day after his house was firebombed.
5. Malcolm X in Atlantic City
On December 20, 1964, Malcolm reflected on the treatment given Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in Atlantic City earlier that year.
6. John Henrik Clarke on Malcolm X
John Henrik Clarke, history professor and friend of Malcolm X, speaks on Malcolm's contribution to the black struggle in the U.S.
7. A Choice of Two Roads
Malcolm X, Bayard Rustin, and John Donald discuss the direction of the civil rights movement.
8. Dick Elman Interviews Malcolm X
Malcolm X details the events which lead to an unprovoked assault upon a Los Angeles mosque in 1961
9. Malcolm X: A Retrospective
A documentary on the life of Malcolm X.
10. About Malcolm X
James Baldwin, Maggie Hathaway, Ernie Smith, and Earl Anthony on Malcolm X in May, 1968.