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News & Events
Our organization was awarded a grant
For the Malcolm X Home Restoration Project!
The fight to save Malcolm X's Inkster home and more civil rights relics in Detroit.
Students from Wayne State University have been working to uncover history at a home that once belonged to Malcolm X. The archaeological dig is looking to give new insight into the home and the surrounding neighborhood.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) today announced that the Malcolm X House in Inkster has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Wayne State University’s Department of Anthropology is proud to announce that it will be teaming up with the Inkster-based non-profit organization Project We Hope, Dream, and Believe...
February 21, 2023
The Preservation of Malcolm X's Home and Detroit History
March 10, 2022
AIANY Architecture For Justice Committee March Meeting
September 24, 2021
National Preservation press conference
August 19, 2021
Announcement of major grant awarded for restoration of the Malcolm X home
August 1-2, 2021
Footsteps of Malcolm Little to Malcolm X in Inkster tour
January 5, 2021
National Register of Historic Places under National Register Criterion A under the theme of Ethnic Heritage eligibility
July 14, 2018
Malcolm X Restoration Project commences
In July 2022, Wayne State University, in conjunction with Project We Hope Dream & Believe conducted archaeological excavations at the home- the contents of which will be displayed in future exhibits. Future plans also include the construction of a “Malcolm X Learning Center” next to the home, which we hope will provide vocational training, tutoring, and other educational resources for Inkster’s youth. We will provide updates as the project progresses.