CHICAGO—Young people from Chicago and the surrounding areas are invited to attend “Stop the Violence, Increase the Peace.” Parents United to Build a Future for Our Children spearheaded by Sondra Muhammad is presenting the gathering on Sunday, April 24 at The National Center, headquarters of the Nation of Islam.
“I’m inspired to present these teachings of the Nation of Islam to our community, the youth in particular, because they helped me become the adult that I am by having that foundation of learning knowledge of self. The children have a right to hear who they are because they will benefit from these teachings,” she said.
Youth are invited to attend the event Sunday, April 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at 7351 South Stony Island Ave. Attendees will be presented with a powerful spiritual message delivered by Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad, National Assistant to Min. Farrakhan. Following the message, youth entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to network. All youth organizations, youth shelters, high schools, and churches are invited to participate. Also included in the program will be spoken word, dance, open mic, and rap. Free food and transportation will be provided. For more information and to arrange for transportation, call 773-412-9515.