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Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market information
This semi-enclosed market does a brisk trade in just about everything: leather goods, crafts, textiles, oils, drums, clothing, sculptures and a stupendous array of assorted African everything. It’s also an excellent spot to get your hair braided. The market is run by the Malcolm Shabazz Mosque, the former pulpit of slain Muslim orator Malcolm X.