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Remembering the Million Man March: Reflections on Memory and Mission

This is in remembrance, reflection and uncompromising reaffirmation of our people and their radically transformative struggle. There is so much damage done to memory and mission in our lives and to our sense of self by large and small concessions to the constant call to let go and move on regardless of what is...

A lesson from the Million Man March

The Million Man March, October 16, 1995, was a day of great joy and a major victory in a world where Black men are denigrated, rejected, targeted, hated and stereotyped. We live in the world of an enemy who has made us enemies to ourselves and to one another with us not knowing Satan...

The Way to Peace and Contentment of Mind

Almost daily comes video, statistics, tears, and tragedy depicting harrowing conditions Black people face in the United States. Political leaders seem weak, failing and unable to honestly meet questions and problems of race and reality head on. The American president views everything through a narcissistic kaleidoscope devoid of national interest. Everything...

‘The Earth Swallows The Flood’ Minister Farrakhan, Hip-Hop Controversy & End-Times Prophecy

“But the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened its mouth and swallowed up the flood which the dragon had spewed out of his mouth.”—Revelations 12:16-NKJV “The ultimate aim of this world should be known to everyone; especially the righteous…The (arch-deceivers) ultimate aim is to do as their people have done—try to destroy...

Where do we go from here? We go to work

EDITORIAL The National Election for 2020 is one of the most acrimonious and most important elections in recent years. Regardless of who wins the White House, it is our responsibility to take our future in our own hands and not have false hope in a White political saviour who will act in our best...

The Great Lie Against Farrakhan

The vitriolic slander against the person and ministry of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan continues to spew forth from a host of Jewish periodicals. These periodicals are currently carrying out a campaign of slander that aims to further the “no platform” policy against the Minister’s message. These publications and their false allegations against our...

VOTING: Not the sole solution for Black America, so how do we get what we want?

The question of the day is what do Black people want and how do we get it?  It is safe to say that most in the Black electorate want to live in communities that are economically strong.  We want safe neighborhoods free of violent crime. We want a healthy relationship with police that does not involve racial...

Healing America’s soul?

Joseph R. Biden Jr., former vice president and longtime politician, ascended to the White House with words that were in many ways fitting for a nation that finds itself fractured politically, racially, socially, and economically unraveling. In a short Nov. 7 acceptance speech, the president-elect pledged to work for all Americans to bring the...

Rebellion on the Magnificent Mile

Chicago’s police chief and mayor recently condemned blatant criminality, and an invasion of the Magnificent Mile, the city’s 13-block oases in one of the most valuable tracts of real estate in America. Policing, redlining, transportation, jobs and racial barriers have been dedicated to keeping the Black, the poor, and deprived in dark silos where...

White Paranoia of the Big Payback: Race War vs Reality in 2020

“Don’t try to hide. You might as well embrace it/you’ve done it all/turn around and face it.” Run and Hide—Jay Electronica Bob Whitman was incensed. While pouring his morning coffee he happened to take a quick glance at his son Billy’s homework assignment where his teacher had quoted, “because...

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Long live the spirit, and purpose, of the MILLION MAN MARCH!

The 20th century marked the first century of freedom for Black people in America in 400 years characterized by Black radicalism, nationalism,...