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Elijah Muhammad, co-founder of the Black Muslims, addresses members of his sect in Chicago. At left is heavyweight champion Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali).   Unknown Photographer   Gelatin silver print with resin coating on paper  February 25, 1967 (printed 1984) 
The leader of the Black Muslims, Elijah Muhammad   Unknown Photographer   Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on paper  July 8, 1972 
Thomas 15X Johnson, center, is booked as the third suspect in the slaying of black nationalist leader Malcolm X, in New York. Detective John Keeley is at right.   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  March 3, 1965 
In Chicago, black Muslim leader Elijah Muhammad denies any connection with the slaying of Malcolm X   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment and airbrushing on paper  February 1965 
Black Muslim leader Malcolm X holds up an issue of the newspaper "Muhammed Speaks" for the crowd to see during a Black Muslim rally in New York City   Unknown Photographer   Gelatin silver print with resin coating on paper  August 6, 1963 (printed later) 
Heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay, back home after a tour of African nations, said he would feel safer in Mississippi than in New York, where integration is preached but not always practiced   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  July 2, 1964 
Dick Gregory, Imamu Amiri Baraka (LaRoi Jones), the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Congressman Ronald Dellums (Democrat-CA), Reverend Ralph Abernathy, and Reverend Albert Cleage are panel members on Black Journal's live special "Is it too late?"   Unknown Photographer   Radio photographs on paper  c. 1970-1979 
At a press conference in his Chicago mansion, Elijah Muhammad said he doubted that blacks involved in a shootout with Baton Rouge police were members of the Black Muslims Nation of Islam   Knoblock, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  January 15, 1972 
Members of the Black Muslims sit in annual convention at Chicago's Coliseum   Knoblock, Charles   Vintage wire photograph on paper  February 26, 1963 
Chicago police check people in a station wagon in front of the Chicago home of Black Muslim prophet Elijah Muhammad   Cannon, Paul   Vintage wire photograph on paper  February 22, 1965 
Elijah Muhammad sounds a warning to his foes in Chicago: "We Will Fight You...If You Fight Us"   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph with applied pigment on paper  February 28, 1966 
Flames shoot from the windows of a Black Muslim Mosque on the fourth floor of a building in Harlem   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  February 23, 1965 
Harlem headquarters of the Black Muslim sect after it was wrecked by a spectacular fire   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  February 23, 1965 
Firemen aim hoses at flames pouring from a gap after a wall collapsed in a Black Muslim mosque in Harlem   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  February 23, 1965 
Members of an anti-white Muslim cult are guarded by a plain clothes officer as they lie handcuffed and wounded on a street in South Los Angeles   Unknown Photographer   Vintage wire photograph on paper  April 28, 1962 
Elijah Muhammad, co-founder of the Black Muslims, addresses members of his sect in Chicago   Unknown Photographer   Gelatin silver print on paper  February 25, 1967 (printed 1975) 

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