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‘A New Dress, A New Mind, A New Woman:’ Beauty, fashion, creativity on display in Chicago

CHICAGO—An inspiring and innovative conference here offered beautiful visions of women and fashion as Carmen Muhammad, owner of Al-Nisa Designs and Women Working Together Inc., hosted the 2nd Annual International Arts Award Gala and her first U.S. Modest Fashion Week over the July 4 weekend. Events were held at the Lakeview Terrace Navy Pier Convention Center, Contemporary Arts Museum and...

Clear evidence: The fall of America on full display during hearing on the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol

Presenting what committee members called new evidence by a former Trump Administration senior aide, the sixth hearing to investigate the attack on the U.S. Capitol, moved up from its original August date, offered troubling testimony detailing the days leading up to and during the attacks. “In our hearings over the previous weeks, the Select Committee has laid out a multi-part...

Police barbarism in the U.S.—again?: Anger, disgust, outrage as cops pump 60 shots into Black man in state of Ohio

Tensions remain high in Akron, Ohio, after the police killing of Jayland Walker, 25, an unarmed Black man authorities say ran away following a vehicle chase, related to an alleged taillight problem, and shot at least 60 times by eight officers. According to statements by city officials during a press conference on July 3, body camera footage made public by...

THE RISE OF BLACK AFRICA AND THE END OF SATAN’S WORLD The Tribe of Shabazz Unravels America’s Genocidal Plans

NEWS ANALYSIS  “There is a burden that the Earth is carrying, that the Earth must be relieved of. And what is that burden? Everything that is on the Earth came out from the Earth, so the Earth is not burdened by what comes out of it, but the Earth is burdened by the Wicked—living on a planet that was made...

Celebrating 80 years of Life, Legacy and Lessons Birth anniversary celebration honors Akbar Muhammad as Nation’s ‘recording angel’

Family, friends, and associates of Brother Abdul Akbar Muhammad, known widely as a decades-long companion of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and international representative for the Nation of Islam, hosted a virtual 80th birthday celebration linking participants between Ghana, West Africa and various other locations throughout America and the world. Highlighting a life of service to the Black diaspora, Indigenous...

Verdict in Nipsey Hussle murder trial tied to admitted killer’s state of mind

by Naba’a Muhammad and Charlene Muhammad LOS ANGELES—After three years of waiting for the outcome of the murder trial of the man who took the life of hip hop legend and entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle, the outcome doesn’t hinge on who fired the shots. But rather the state of mind of Eric R. Holder Jr., the 33 year old man with blazing...

Commemorating Juneteenth 2022 in Harlem

By Daleel Jabir Muhammad NEW YORK—A celebratory energy filled the streets of Harlem, New York, on Juneteenth. “This is what Harlem feels like. This is what Harlem sounds like, this is what Harlem looks like. When Harlem is like this, conscious and united, nothing can stop us,” Student Minister Arthur Muhammad from Muhammad Mosque No. 7 declared to the press, political...

1955 warrant in Emmett Till case found, family seeks arrest

JACKSON, Miss.—A team searching a Mississippi courthouse basement for evidence about the lynching of Black youth Emmett Till, has found the unserved warrant charging a White woman in his 1955 kidnapping, and relatives of the victim want authorities to finally arrest her nearly 70 years later. A warrant for the arrest of Carolyn Bryant Donham—identified as “Mrs. Roy Bryant” on...

‘Victory for White life’ Trumpster and Jonathan Jackson among primary elections winners

WASHINGTON—Two of Congress’ staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations, even as the party’s voters chose to turn out a six-term incumbent in Mississippi. Illinois Republican Rep. Mary Miller won her primary over fellow incumbent Rep. Rodney Davis just days after she called the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade a “historic victory for...

21st Century Lynching: Blacks, Latinos disproportionately executed on death row, new report states

On April 17, 1997, 19-year-old Billie Allen, a Black man, was convicted on two charges: killing a security guard while committing an armed bank robbery and the use of a firearm to commit a crime. A year later, a judge imposed the federal death penalty. A new report by Amnesty International goes into detail about Mr. Allen’s case. Upon his...