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America’s criminal justice system is on trial while Black America still copes

More than a few close observers of court trials and those who’ve joined in to watch the criminal trial of former Minneapolis cop Derek...

‘How many more losses must we mourn?’

Tension is high in Brooklyn Center, Minn., with the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, a Black man was shot to death by a police...

Editorial: Murder in Minneapolis

Tears from a Black teenage girl. Anger from a Black child. A guilt-ridden young, Black, male store clerk. Weeping from a 60-year-old Black man....

Attacking the peacemakers Media’s ugly anti-Farrakhan obsession surfaces during a tragedy

by Naba’a Muhammad, Michael Z. Muhammad, Charlene Muhammad and Nisa Islam Muhammad When reports came of another attack on the U.S. Capitol, it was a...

The Nation of Islam Official Statement On U.S. Capitol Assault

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent the Merciful. April 6, 2021 Brothers and Sisters of the Black Community, members of the press, and the American...

International

Mozambique crisis fueled by corporate, government greed not Isis

Recent attacks by armed insurgents, or Al-Shabab, near Mozambique’s $20 billion liquefied national gas project under development by French company Total SE may have...

Iran’s FM Zarif discusses latest regional developments with Turkmenistan officials, wraps up Central Asian...

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has met with top Turkmen officials in Ashgabat, where they discussed the latest regional and bilateral developments. Mr. Zarif,...