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4336 Williams Street was the home of civil rights activist Malcolm X.
In 1952, Malcolm Little was released from prison and was paroled to 4336 Williams Street in Inkster, MI where his brother Winfred Little lived. While on parole, Malcolm had a few jobs while residing in Inkster. This home is 1 of 2 homes that Malcolm X lived in that is still standing.
The reason why we decided to fix the house is because the house is a part of American history, Black history and Inkster history. Our goal is to fix the home and make it into a museum for people to come visit, and to also use it as a learning center to help the youth with education work.
Project We Hope Dream & Believe is a unique organization where we want to push the youth to become productive individuals in global society.