September 17, 1985, marks the day that the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan had a vision-like experience in Tepoztlán, Mexico. He has consistently recalled this experience and its importance. This was not some dream that he had; this...
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that America is falling. She is on a prophetic rocketship to hell. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad predicted America’s current condition in his 1973 masterpiece, titled “The Fall of America,”...
“Do for self or suffer the consequences,” the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told Black America in his book Message to the Blackman in America, published in 1965. It has been 55 years, and although Black...
This article originally appeared on Amanda Bazil's blog on May 4, 2019. With her permission, we reposted it on our site in honor of Caribbean Heritage Month. Darkness. Evil.
Juneteenth – short for June 19th – is the oldest known celebration honoring the end of slavery in the U.S. You may be familiar with the catchiness of its name and its vibrant celebrations; usually in parks....
Historically, women have been victims of religion and were often kept out of the pulpit. The spiritual connection of women to a Higher Power, however, is impossible to sever. Women of all nations have found that connection.
It’s about that time. You know, when you buy a tree and deck it with silver and gold; when you put wreaths on your door and reindeer statues on your lawn; when you give more attention to Santa Claus than to Jesus.
23 years ago, it happened. Three years ago, it happened again. A few days from now, we’re commemorating it. The historical Million Man March took place on October 16, 1995. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spearheaded the march. Its purpose...
As quote-unquote woke millennials, we know the story of Native Americans—European settlers took the land from them, ladened them with disease, and pretty much disrupted their way of life. Till this day, they still suffer from unfair and oppressive...
Today, as the United States celebrate Independence Day, we reflect on many who have fought for the freedom of oppressed people. They come in all shades and backgrounds - Hispanic, Native American, Black and others. Below, we’ve compiled a...

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