Betty Shabazz Educator and civil rights activist
Betty Shabazz is a 63 years old Educator and civil rights activist from Pinehurst. Betty Shabazz was born on May 28, 1934 (died on June 23, 1997, she was 63 years old) in Pinehurst as Betty Dean Sanders. Her nickname was Betty X, Sanders Betty Dean; Betty X.
Betty Shabazz born Betty Dean Sanders and also known as Betty X was an American educator and civil rights advocate. She was the wife of Malcolm X. Shabazz grew up in Detroit Michigan where her foster parents largely sheltered her from racism. She attended the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama where she had her first encounters with racism. Unhappy with the situation in Alabama she moved to New York City where she became a nurse.
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Birth name of Betty Shabazz is Betty Dean Sanders
No, she died on 06/23/1997, 25 years ago. She was 63 years old when she died. She died in The Bronx and buried in Ferncliff Cemetery .
Malcolm X, Nation of Islam leader
She married with Malcolm X (39), in 1958. Betty Shabazz was 23 and Malcolm X was 32 years old. Married for 64 years, 5 months.
She had six children, Attallah (63, Actress And Author) , Qubilah (61, Daughter of Malcolm X) , Ilyasah (59, Daughter of Malacolm X) , Gamilah (58) , Malaak (57) and Malikah (56, Daughter of Malcolm X) . When her first child, Attallah Shabazz, was born, Betty Shabazz was 24 years old.
Betty Shabazz zodiac sign was gemini.
Other facts about Betty Shabazz
|Alias||Betty X, Sanders Betty Dean; Betty X|
|Birth name||Betty Dean Sanders|
|Child||Malikah Shabazz, Qubilah Shabazz, Ilyasah Shabazz|
|Place of death||The Bronx|
|Family name||Shabazz. Show people with the surname Shabazz|
|Killed by||Malcolm Shabazz|
|Manner of death||Accident|
|Place of birth||Pinehurst|
|Date of death||1997-06-23T00:00:00Z|
|Place of burial||Ferncliff Cemetery|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Image of grave||Http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:FilePath/Shabazz%20Gravesite.jpg|
|Ethnic group||African Americans|
|On focus list of Wikimedia project||WikiProject African Diaspora|