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Farrakhan’s ‘Million Man March’ 15 years later: Much ado about nothing

It’s true the promise the Million Man March is yet to be achieved. Fifteen years ago it was still more about “me” than “we” or  “us”. Fifteen years ago, in 1995 unemployment was 5.6%, stamps cost .32 cents, Bill Clinton … Continue reading

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Hip-Hop and Islam: Intersections and Parallels

Intriguing and thought provoking article for all fans of hip-hop. Editorial : Hip-Hop and Islam: Intersections and Parallels.

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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on Willie Lynch

Do you know who Willie Lynch is? Have you ever read his letter/book? I believe it is imperative for every African-American person to read that piece of literature. In my view, this letter manifests each in every day in how … Continue reading

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Rare photo of slave children found in North Carolina attic

Most of us has seen Roots. Most of us have studied slavery in our American History class. Most of us have seen pictures of adult slaves. Very few of us have seen pictures of slave children. That is rare, even … Continue reading

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