This is a June 4, 1964 picture of Malcolm X with a delegation of Japanese activists. The Hiroshima Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission on their way through New York to Europe and Moscow, three journalists wanted to meet Malcolm more than any other person in America. . One of Malcolm's best friends was Japanese activist Yuri Kochiyama seated next to Malcolm on the photograph. Yuri Kochiyama quotes about Malcolm "When he said things like, "if you don't know where your people have come from and who you are, how will you know what direction to go"- ---for us Asians it gave us a clue to where we should began. It is very interesting that one of our Black hero Malcolm's best friend was a Japanese who was at Malcolm's side when he was assassinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem New York on February 21, 1965. These Japanese who was about peace knew Malcolm X?