Part 2 of Dr. Yosef A. A. ben-Jochannan (1918-2015), noted authority on ancient Kemetian/Egyptian history, at the funeral of Malcolm X, Faith Temple Church of God in Christ (now Childs Memorial Temple COCIG), 1763 Amsterdam Ave., Harlem, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1965.
In this silent, four-second-long stock footage clip, Dr. Ben, as he was usually called, is at the top of the frame, just left of center, wearing a skull cap and glasses.
The man to the left of him, wearing a fez, is a fellow member of the African Nationals in America, Inc. (ANIA), led by famed Harlem bibliophile and bookstore owner Lewis H. Michaux.
The ANIA, which sought the mass "repatriation" of Western "black" people to their ancestral homeland, was an offshoot of black nationalist Marcus Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), the largest mass "black" rights movement in history.
Unlike the ANIA, the UNIA only advocated the select migration of skilled Western "pioneers" to help Africa to become free of foreign domination, united and strong enough to protect "black" peoples "wherever they might be."
The complete video from which this scene was excerpted could be seen here:
In the fall and winter of 1964, Dr. Ben taught African history at the Liberation School of Malcolm X's Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU), a secular pan-Africanist group, headquartered at Harlem's Theresa Hotel.
Part 1, which gives a full description of Dr. Ben's relationship with Malcolm X, could be seen here: