The X Factor: Chickens Have Come Home examines the last year of Malcolm X’s life. His life is a model for transformation. He sought to be what ancient Africans called, “The Perfect Black.” An attitude towards living a life of constant improvement. The man we call Malcolm X is the person we best remember, but Malcolm X died with the name “El Hajj Malik El Shabazz.” El Hajj Malik El Shabazz traveled the world, met dignitaries, and created two organizations. During this last year, El Hajj Malik turned inward and found the Creator within him. Unfortunately, this ascension cost him his life. His life and death is a definition for “Tragedy.” His family, community, country and world were impacted by his assassination. As we celebrate El Hajj Malik El Shabazz’s 93rd birthday this year, “The X Factor: Chickens Have Come Home,” studies El Hajj Malik’s last year of life (1964/1965) and asks each of us, where is the spirit of El Hajj Malik in you? and what will it take to activate this spirit within? If we truly want to honor our Shining Black Prince we must search our Souls and free our Minds. This documentary asks, What would El Hajj Malik El Shabazz Do today?