going above and beyond
- Nov 17, 2006
As long as the Zionist Jew controls the written & spoken word in America that will never happen, believe it or not New York City's most racist Jew Mayor Edward Irving Koch conveniently renamed Lenox Avenue to Malcolm-X Blvd. just before reelection time, he still lost to David Dinkins who was New York City's first ever Black mayor.
This is an interesting little tidbit about renaming streets after Black leaders.
Another interesting revelation about our beloved African cousins who migrate to Harlem because they love & respect us so much I'm sure (Of all places since they perceive themselves as superior in all ways to us lowly Black born & raised American welfare bums so they should be residing & selling Kaht in the Upper East Side, Murray Hill & Chelsea) and you know what? well just read the story & you'll see where I'm going with this.
Well said Arianne, well put indeed, we touch and agree ...
"Many cities have renamed streets after Malcolm X; in 1987, New York mayor Ed Koch proclaimed Lenox Avenue in Harlem to be Malcolm X Boulevard. The name of Reid Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, was changed to Malcolm X Boulevard in 1985. In 1997, Oakland Avenue in Dallas, Texas, was renamed Malcolm X Boulevard. Main Street in Lansing, Michigan, was renamed Malcolm X Street in 2010.
The above and below was taken for the links you provided, my city is highlighted in red, Dallas.
Diaby Yayaba, an immigrant from the Ivory Coast, refers to Frederick Douglass Boulevard as Eighth Avenue. Photo by Jenna Belhumeur/GlobalCityNYC