CHICAGO—To spread the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s warning not to take the experimental Covid-19 vaccines to youth, a virtual panel discussion will be held March 27 titled, “Making Our Communities a Safe and Decent Place to Live.”
The free event is being spearheaded by Sondra Muhammad, who works with youth in Chicago, and Parents United to Build a Future for Our Children. She has facilitated many other youth events over the years such as a “Stop the Violence! Shoot for A $1,000 Gift” held January, 2019. The goal of that event was to address violence in communities and to hear a message of inspiration and guidance from Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad, national assistant to Min. Farrakhan.
This year Sondra Muhammad plans to use a virtual platform to reach the youth. “The objective here is just to save our people,” she told The Final Call. “We have the Lost-Found basically helping with this, and they are happy that we’re doing it. The response is great,” she said, referring to people who are not registered Muslims in the Nation of Islam.
Min. Farrakhan warned the world against taking the experimental Covid-19 vaccines in his July 4, 2020 address titled “The Criterion.” Sondra Muhammad said she wanted the panel to expand that message to youth from around world.
The free virtual event is March 27 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST and features a talent show, artist showcase and competition in which the winner will receive a $300 prize. Youth organizations, leaders, middle school, high school and college students are encouraged to join but all ages are welcome. Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad will deliver the keynote address on the dangers of the Covid-19 vaccines.
“We’re coming behind the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to share information, with the community. It’s a different method but Allah (God) is the greatest!”