RELIGION

Malcolm X's Former Mosque Becomes Bastion Of Interfaith Work In Harlem

08/16/2014 08:22 am ET | Updated Aug 16, 2014
AP

Masjid Malcolm Shabazz has been a center of African-American Muslim life in Harlem since Malcolm X began preaching there in 1956.

But gone are the mosque's politics of Black Nationalism, its rule that white people aren't allowed inside and its legions of followers in suits and bow ties.

Today, the mosque—its green dome overlooks West 116th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard—is an interfaith pillar open to different races and religions.

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