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The War Against Ivermectin: A Tale of Two Drugs

Ivermectin first exploded onto the scene as a potential therapeutic for COVID after researchers at Monash University in Australia published in April of 2020 that SARS-CoV-2 essentially disappeared from cell culture within 48 hours of being exposed to Ivermectin. Pulmonary specialist and critical care physician Dr. Pierre Kory, in his December 2022 series titled “The Timeline of Major Battles...

‘Enough is Enough!’ Local activists demand justice after release of Tyre Nichols beating video

by Zakiyyah Muhammad @zakiyyahmaryam_ MEMPHIS—A sixth police officer from the Memphis Police Department was relieved of duty in the aftermath of the brutal assault and death of Tyre Nichols. The graphic nature of the beating of the young, Black man has sparked outrage, anger, sadness and demands for immediate justice and for accountability for all parties—even law enforcement officers and...

Sharing guidance and truth

The Fruit of Islam (F.O.I.), the men who belong to the Nation of Islam, continue their work in the streets with good news, guidance and truth in the form of The Final Call newspaper. The F.O.I. continue their work of propagating, spreading and sharing the Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad under the leadership of the Honorable Minister...

Emanating the light of a Star of God

by Abisayo Muhammad In Hollywood, a “star” is a term used to describe some of the most popular actors, musicians and sports figures. They are treated with respect and honor for showcasing their beauty and talent and are recognized all over the world. But what really is a star?  A Google search defines a star as “a fixed luminous point in...

Social isolation linked to demen-tia in elders, studies find

Willa Emerson has lived a good life. She was an academic who taught at several community colleges. Ms. Emerson has four children and 10 grandchildren spread out around the country. She retired and since her husband died, she spends most days alone. “I thought I would like being alone, but I didn’t expect to be alone so much. I wish...

Brother Nuri Muhammad lights up New York City

by Daleel Jabir Muhammad NEW YORK—A spirit of encouragement, joy, and revitalization of relationships filled a recent weekend in New York with Student Minister Nuri Muhammad’s visit to the heart of the Nation. Brother Nuri Muhammad, Student Minister of Mosque No. 74 in Indianapolis, shared words of inspiration during stops in Harlem and in Brooklyn to speak to two CURE...

Families of police brutality victims engage in a virtual healing circle

Once again Black people in America find themselves coping with the trauma of police brutality, in the wake of the recent deaths of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, Tenn., Jaheim McMillan in Gulfport, Miss., and Keenan Anderson in Los Angeles. The video footage of the last moments of Tyre Nichols’ life, released on Jan. 27, prompted Cephus “Uncle Bobby” X...

Support Mother Khadijah Farrakhan’s Children’s Village!

Saviours’ Day 2023 is right around the corner and this year the Nation of Islam convention will be held in Chicago Feb. 24-26. Mother Khadijah Farrakhan’s Children’s Village is always a highlight of Saviours’ Day. The annual event grew out of the Nation of Islam First Lady’s love for children and the Muslims. Children and their parents are able...

Remembering a ‘pure soul’

MEMPHIS—Tyre Nichols was remembered by his family and friends as a “pure soul,” skateboard enthusiast, photographer, a “little brother” and a beloved son. During the 37th anniversary of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, friends and family of Mr. Nichols hosted a balloon release and memorial service to honor his life and to demand immediate justice. His...