Chicago man who survived hatchet attack by father speaks out decades later

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CHICAGO -- This Black History Month, we’re taking you back to the year 1948.

That’s when a young boy named Norman Malone nearly lost his life at the hands of his own father.

Decades later,  he’s opening up about that attack and how he turned a nightmare into a rewarding career in music.

Norman Malone is one of Chicago’s Very Own.

To learn more about the concert Malone's students are planning for him, click here:

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