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  • Illinois Holocaust Museum preserves survivors' stories through virtual reality

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Muhammad Aziz calls wrongful conviction for killing of Malcolm X result of ‘corrupt’ process

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Two men convicted in the assassination of Malcolm X were exonerated. Muhammad A. Aziz and Khalil Islam maintained their innocence but spent decades in prison. Islam died in 2009, but Aziz spoke in court and said he is “very glad” his friends, supporters, and family are finally seeing the truth.