Within parts of Miami, FL, there lies large pockets of Haitian immigrants. Many of those Haitian immigrants have relied on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to keep them in the United States. Now that the Trump administration has announced that...
Ever since last year’s 2017 election in Alabama, where Black women turned the vote away from Republican Roy Moore and towards Democrat Doug Jones, there’s been a lot of talk about the political power Black women hold. In fact,...
“There will never be a change in the world until women rise from the condition that male authority has put them in. Women are rising all over this planet,” the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan posted on Instagram...
Amid recent attacks thrown at the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and lies spewed by mainstream media, women of the Nation of Islam took to Twitter once again to defend the name of Farrakhan. Topics included comments made by Alyssa Milano,...
One issue that Blacks face on a day to day basis are negative stereotypes. They’re one reason why Blacks often live in fear and are targeted. If a Black man has dreads, he’s labeled uneducated and a thug. If...
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad told Black people that our unity would solve 95% of our problems, and he launched “Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint to end poverty and want.” Unity is the key to the economic...
Naomi Osaka has blown us all away. She secured her second US Open title earlier this month at only 22 years old. Not only did she use that court to showcase her excellence as...
“Don’t take the vaccines.”  The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke those words on July 4, 2020 in his message titled “The Criterion.” One year later, as Covid-19 strains and variants run rampant amongst the...
Both men and women took to Twitter on Tuesday night to respond to accusations against Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan and women who back him. The Twitter chat was designed and moderated by Ebony Muhammad, a member of...
On Jan. 18, indigenous people from all over the world traveled to Washington, D.C. to make their voices heard and their presence known. Not many people knew about the march unless they found out through word of...

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