Malcolm X takes a snap of Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) at the Hampton House in Miami in 1964.
Malcolm X takes a snap of Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) at the Hampton House in Miami in 1964. Bob Gomel Bob Gomel
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