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The Farrakhan Question and the Problem with White America

By Richard B. Muhammad, editor There are some things that White America simply did not understand about the funeral service and memorials for the late, great Aretha Franklin: the wardrobe changes as she lie in state at the Wright Museum of African-American History, at New Bethel Baptist Church and during her funeral at Greater Grace Temple; singer Fantasia taking off...

#MeToo doesn’t count against abusive cops?

FINALCALL.COM Over the last three years, there has been an explosion of stories, prosecutions and demands that men, powerful men, be held accountable for the sexual abuse of women who are in vulnerable positions, often seeking employment or job advancement. Lawmakers have lost positions, movie producers and celebrities have faced prosecution, CEOs have resigned, lawsuits have been filed, documentaries made, and...

The Day of America’s Downfall

“And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand?” Matthew 12:26-33, King James Version “Mr. Trump is tearing away the skin of the onion of White civility, and the more he pulls the skin of that onion back, he’s beginning to show something in the character of the Whites that follow him...

Kanye, Drake And Signs of Brotherhood

There has not been a lot of joy in the world of hip hop lately. Manipulated by powerful forces in the music and cultural industry, hip hop’s lyrics, language and spirit have been contentious, hypersexualized, violent and filled with disunity. The billion dollar, global art form is far from its origins today. Tragically, hip hop battles have not simply been...