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For Chantal Lue, being born and raised in a Caribbean household where her mother was a nurse, there weren’t many career tracks she could pursue. “I was on the pre-med...
When there’s talk about Black people, or what is referred to as “people of color,” many see images of slightly or heavily pigmented skin shades in their minds. Many...
Hip-hop is a medium in which artists tell stories. At least, that’s how it used to be. Back in the day, we heard stories of the reality of growing...
There are many kinds of people in the world. We experience them as we go about our lives during the typical day to day. However, when we...
Sexual assault has been a pressing issue since accusations of big-time movie maker Harvey Weinstein surfaced almost a year ago. Since then, accusations upon accusations have come out, and...
This is a continuation of our cover interview with Brother Jesse Muhammad. Read Part 1 at http://joshuastruth.com/2019/09/04/brother-jesse-muhammad-bold-work-with-a-bold-purpose/. The Journey of...
Having the desire to create something can be an itching urge. You don’t know exactly what to create, but you know you want to do it. Once you do,...
Age is not a restriction for Lahrul Muhammad. He is currently 22 years old and has been studying culinary arts for nine years. Lahrul was born and raised in Bayview...
While growing up in the streets of Baltimore, Maryland, Carlos Muhammad loved to collect things. “I loved collecting things and I was very...
When I was in middle school, I used to be so excited for the last bell to ring and release us into summer break. Three months of...
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has sparked mass chaos and confusion in the United States, many may be searching for guidance and hope.
“Music, Color and the Science of Medicine is at the root or essence of God’s true religion.” ~ Mother Tynnetta Muhammad...
Content Warning: Racist Images During the 2019 Saviour’s Day Address titled A Saviour Is Born For The Whole Of Humanity: No One Need Perish,...
“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...
(This article is a repost and update from July 22, 2020) “Do for self or suffer the consequences,” the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told Black...