NEWARK—Some scholars and scientists demonstrate their intellectual prowess by observing simple phenomena, natural phenomena, and explaining their observations to other scholars in fancy polysyllabic terms.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan however, takes the complex and sometimes confusing concepts of nature and society, explaining them so that both the unlettered and the learned understand clearly.
And as part of a near three hour lecture, the Minister spoke to the issue of justice, judgment and the controversy regarding respect for the American flag roiling the country.
He spoke Oct. 15 to a controversy that exploded nationwide following professional football player Colin Kaepernick’s decision last year to protest to racial injustices and the unjust police killings of Blacks by not standing for the national anthem.
Updated Oct 17, 2017 - 2:14:05 PM
National News Forum gives Newark’s youth their own platform
NEWARK—Youth oftentimes struggle to find a positive outlet to express their concerns and frustrations or even share their ideas and solutions for issues that concern them. However, under the leadership of the city’s progressive and grassroots Mayor Ras Baraka, this bustling metropolis is providing an avenue for youth to express themselves.
Updated Oct 20, 2017 - 9:31:44 PM
National News Day of separation demands a united community
NEWARK— Official activities for the 22nd annual Holy Day of Atonement and Million Man March anniversary opened with an historic visit to South Orange Avenue and Masjid Imam Ali K. Muslim and traditional Islamic Friday prayers.
Updated Oct 20, 2017 - 9:20:09 PM
National News Love, Inspiration And Reassurance Felt In Newark
NEWARK—The Nation of Islam and Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan were well-received during the weekend of Holy Day of Atonement here. Believers from out-of-state and in New Jersey came and left with high spirits and greeted one another warmly. They also were warmly welcomed by city residents.
Updated Oct 19, 2017 - 7:30:09 AM
National News FBI Manufactures Homegrown Black Terrorism?
Ire and outrage ensued after a report surfaced indicating the Federal Bureau of Investigation has labeled some groups and activists Black Identity Extremists who pose a violent threat to police.
Updated Oct 18, 2017 - 6:34:03 PM
National News The deal with Iran and Trump's lies
Though he is clearly intent on shredding every accomplishment of the presidency of Barack Obama, President Donald Trump stopped short of discarding the landmark diplomatic achievement of his predecessor, the nuclear agreement negotiated between Iran on one side and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council on the other.
Updated Oct 18, 2017 - 9:50:27 AM
National News Muslims In Miami Team Up For Hip Hop In Relief Efforts
Muslims from the Nation of Islam in the 7th Region continue working in unity in Miami to assist those in need in the continuing relief, clean-up and assistance efforts in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria that struck Florida and the Caribbean.
Updated Oct 10, 2017 - 11:28:20 PM
National News Rebuilding The 'Hood - 10,000 Fearless opens 'Your Supermarket'
Working under the continued commitment of “Making the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s word bond,” by working in our communities and making them a safe and decent place to live—the 10,000 Fearless headquarters of the South, led by Student Southern Regional Minister Abdul Sharrieff Muhammad celebrated the grand opening of Your Supermarket.
Updated Oct 10, 2017 - 11:11:01 PM
National News What will end Black suffering?
There are harsh realities facing our communities nationwide. What is the ultimate answer in our fight for true freedom, justice and equality after our 400-year sojourn in America?
Updated Oct 10, 2017 - 1:06:44 PM
National News Money, College Athletics And The Latest NCAA Scandal
A federal bribery investigation has re-opened an ugly door on major sports payoffs and the exploitation of young athletes. According to the Department of Justice, 10 men were charged with various counts of wire fraud, bribery, travel act, and conspiracy offenses, and face from 80 to 200 years in prison.
Updated Oct 5, 2017 - 8:09:52 PM