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Comcast and the Smithsonian Channel have teamed up to present what many have described as a powerful documentary about Malcolm X. Screenings of “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” were presented in several cities across the country as part of the celebration of Black History Month. The documentary premieres on the Smithsonian. (Photo from left to right): Damion Thomas, PhD, Curator, National Museum of African American History and Culture; Dana De Santo, Director of Distributor Marketing, Smithsonian Channel; Donna Rattley Washington, Vice President of Government & Community Affairs for Comcast’s Beltway Region; Sharon Green Middleton, Vice President, Baltimore City Council; John Cavanagh, Executive Producer, Smithsonian Channel; Wanda Draper, Executive Director, Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Comcast and the Smithsonian Channel have teamed up to present what many have described as a powerful documentary about Malcolm X. Screenings of “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” were presented in several cities across the country as part of the celebration of Black History Month. The documentary premieres on the Smithsonian. (Photo from left to right): Damion Thomas, PhD, Curator, National Museum of African American History and Culture; Dana De Santo, Director of Distributor Marketing, Smithsonian Channel; Donna Rattley Washington, Vice President of Government & Community Affairs for Comcast’s Beltway Region; Sharon Green Middleton, Vice President, Baltimore City Council; John Cavanagh, Executive Producer, Smithsonian Channel; Wanda Draper, Executive Director, Reginald F. Lewis Museum

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Comcast teams up with Smithsonian Channel on Lost Malcolm X Documentary

Comcast and the Smithsonian Channel have teamed up to present what many have described as a powerful documentary about Malcolm X.