The UK street Malcolm X thought was 'worse than US' for racism | ITV News

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Marshall Street in Smethwick in the West Midlands, earned a place in the civil rights movement, with a visit from the campaigner Malcolm X, when racism was rife in the 1960s.

People who live there now say overt racism has gone, but younger generations say they still face discrimination.

Our report includes language from the time that many viewers will find offensive.

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