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Pulitzer Prize winner Les Payne's family discusses his new Malcolm X biography

Family of former Newsday columnist and Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and editor Les Payne will discuss his posthumous work, "The Dead are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X," and how his decades as a journalist influenced his life and theirs.

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