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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan Interview on RAW Radio Power 92.3
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Shelves and equipment going up in Your Supermarket, we still need your help to finish making this a reality for the community! We will be opening a wholesome grocery store in an area that is considered a food desert!

Please donate at www.paypal.me/yoursupermarket

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"I will cherish this moment FOREVER!"~Allen Iverson

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Allen Iverson embraced on Sunday at The Big 3 tour event at UIC Pavilion in Chicago. Iverson posted this photo on Instagram and the above caption.
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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on the Darryl Cooke Live Show on Chicago's 106.3 FM
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'One rap is worth a hundred sermons.'

Minister Farrakhan gives details of his meeting with Kendrick Lamar in a mastering studio in Los Angeles.
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Jay Z, 4:44 and lessons for life

[Source: www.FinalCall.com] Hip-hop legend and business mogul Jay Z delivered powerful elements on “4:44,” his latest album, and it was void of praise of drugs and violence.

The album went platinum, selling one million units on Tidal, a platform owned by the son of Brooklyn, and cell phone giant Sprint. It has since been released on other platforms. In addition to major sales, “4:44” sparked a wide debate about Black economics, artistic growth and the harsh reality of race in America.

“Some think as a 47-year-old man now, father of two daughters, and somebody who is high-profile in his marriage to Beyoncé, who is sort of like the reigning Black music person, woman for the last decade, I think he had no other place to go other than to be his 47-year-old Black man self,” said Chuck D of the legendary Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame group Public Enemy.

If there’s any controversy, it’s because Jay Z is considered a corporate, “United States of America icon in rap music,” and he’s anointed to be the Michael Jordan of hip hop and rap, Chuck D said.

Read full report @ www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/National_News_2/article_103719.shtml
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That is the problem in their eyes. 😂😒

Student Minister Abdul Sharrieff Muhammad
Your Supermarket and Your Respect For Life Bookstore are up next!! We are about 3 weeks to opening and need your support. Donate to help us at www.paypal.me/10000fearless!

We are located at 766 Joseph E Boone Blvd Atlanta GA 30314

Love & Unity!

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I will help. How and where?

"GET OUT" is more than a movie. Read this @ www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/National_News_2/article_103710.shtmlDo you read The Final Call Newspaper?

Read the latest edition on "Missing Organs and a Mother's Pain." Learn the truth about organ trafficking.

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GET OUT is more than a movie. Read this @ http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/National_News_2/article_103710.shtml

Minister Louis Farrakhan
Why is there so much hatred for Islam? Practicing Islam does not make us terrorists.
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Black people: In order to make our community a decent place to live, real men must step up to stop the killing. We must setup conflict resolution centers in every community.
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3 weeks ago

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Jobs Adam,trade school, and more of our higher powers to servey areas such as you major lovely, jobs doing expo, we are bigger then a music fest and a kick ball game we need more of higher powers to get involved in this movement you know I notice everytime a police officer beats are kids up here we come but I have not seen no one at the stop the violence in huge numbers yet every one wants to be quiet but every body wants to bash one man chief Sheppard I want to bash everything that has not been right in are community it's time to reveal the truth to are people that they are not in the equation for the future Rochester ny

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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered words at a private memorial services held in New York for the late hip-hop artist Albert "Prodigy" Johnson of the group Mobb Deep. He's pictured here with Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.

[Photo by Don Enoch Muhammad]
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Min looks Great - wonderful that he was able to speak. RIP brother.

Minister Louis Farrakhan
Black Youth: You're not defined by Blood or Crip. You're defined by the nature in which you are created.
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Brothers: If your woman works and you're staying at home with no job and no money, there is no way she can honor and respect you.
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Killing People.
Murdering People.
Raping People.
Robbing People.
The hypocrisy of the White man in telling Black people that "violence is wrong"!
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Pregnant Seattle mother shot and killed by police

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Pregnant Seattle mother shot and killed by police
Thirty-year-old Charleena Lyles was shot and killed by police in her Seattle apartment on June 18. Police say Lyles was holding a knife. She was pregnant with her fifth child.
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A word on Father's Day from The MinisterOne of my children called me and said, “Happy Father’s Day, Daddy. I have a gift for you.”

I said, “You are the gift. You don’t ever have to send me a card to enrich the already rich or buy me something that I don’t really need. Just be a good son and a good daughter. That is the gift to me as a father.”
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A word on Fathers Day from The Minister

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Minister Louis Farrakhan
Black people: In order to make our community a decent place to live, real men must step up to stop the killing. We must setup conflict resolution centers in every community.
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1 month ago

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Take what he's saying to heart and act on this motivation with your deeds.

Teach Brother Teach

Love this human being from God. Psalms 82:6

A message to the cultural giants of the world!

Minister Louis Farrakhan
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan talks about the importance of Hip Hop Detoxx and the power of the cultural community.

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Minister Louis Farrakhan
Black people: $1.1 trillion comes through our hands this year. That makes us the 9th richest country in the world. Those that have less than $1.1 trillion, they’re building schools, hospitals, farms, factories; they’re doing something for themselves, as a nation. Here we are, nearly 50 million people, and we are here begging somebody else, “Can I have a job? Do you have something for me to do? Can you feed me? Will you educate me?”

This is the crime, the ignorance of Black people. We have to erase the ignorance, and get us started doing something for ourselves.
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2 months ago

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Amen Brother Minister!

Minister Louis Farrakhan
I could not be who I am if God didn't give me a woman to help me be what I am.
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2 months ago

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Minister!

Truth!

"I know we like hair and nails, but should we continue to buy weave and other products from Koreans and Arabs when they do not support our community? Or should we put them out of business and be ready to take them over?"~Minister Farrakhan

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I know we like hair and nails, but should we continue to buy weave and other products from Koreans and Arabs when they do not support our community? Or should we put them out of business and be ready to take them over?
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How embarrassing it is.... that we have to get our Black hair products from Koreans. SMH!

My God oh My God is the Minster on point

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The clouds of war are gathering. We will not join the armed forces of the United States of America.
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2 months ago

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Farrakhan speaks strongly

Minister Louis Farrakhan
White people are getting more and more angry every day, and as I said on this same wonderful program before, Mr. Trump was elected that the mask of civility—like an onion peeling—is being peeled off. Now naked hatred, not only in word but in deed, is being openly shown to us.
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We must protect ourselves by any means necessary. The government is not going to protect us.

Minister Louis Farrakhan
Dr. Wesley Muhammad explains how smoking weed and drinking alcohol lowers the testosterone levels in Black men while increasing their estrogen!

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National Black Leadership Alliance Memo to the Black Community June 5, 2017 It’s About Music And Mind Control And they said, Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? Genesis 34: 31 Summer is approaching and we fully expect the nations streets, parks and gathering places to fill once again with people seeking reprise from the heat and boredom that accompanies sultry summer weather, and in the nations urban centers the summer threat of violence remains as prevalent as in the preceding years. Let’s be clear, nothing has been done to change the conditions that entrap Black underserved communities, the progressive movements have been focused primarily on protest demonstrations and watching and evaluating Donald Trump. In underserved Black communities income inequality, dysfunctional schools, record levels of unemployment, mass incarceration linked to the prison for profit industry all remain intact with Attorney General Sessions calling on federal prosecutors to incarcerate more people for longer periods of time, a move that will certainly increase revenue for the prison for profit industry. In Black underserved communities nothing has changed. The structural inequalities that have been codified into the American political and economic system remain unchanged and unchallenged. In December of 2016 the New York Times described Chicago as a city besieged by gun violence that had skyrocketed since the previous year. The Times article went on to say that “the brutal cold of a Chicago winter has not been as reliable a deterrent of violence as it has been in the past” While nothing is done on a policy level to change the condition of the people, the city looks to the weather for help. Not only are the concrete needs of underserved Black communities ignored, we are encouraged to tolerate the increasing assault on the Black community while expecting miraculous results. In early December 2016, the National Black Leadership Alliance argued that there is a very real link between the increase in vicious and murderous behavior prevalent in the streets of Americas underserved communities which now includes an increase in violence against woman, and the increase in vicious anti Black music that targets African American youth with messages that encourage murder, denigrates Black woman reducing them to harlots, and then the acting out of that behavior in real time on the streets where we live. Additional research has revealed that we are indeed what we think, our character and behavior being the complete sum of all our thoughts. What resonates in your mind does indeed influence your behavior. Neuroscience research has shown that negative feelings activate a region of the brain called amygdala, which is involved in processing emotions like fear and anxiety. It is helpful to understand that music as a conveyor of emotions is significant because the basic physiology of our bodies is rhythmic in nature, therefore we are strongly affected by external rhythms, which are an essential component of music. Kamal Chemali a neurologist who directs the Sentara Music & Medical Center. Norfolk Va. states that our brains are hardwired for music, therefore music, more than any other form of art, actually activates the neurons in most of our brain. Research from the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has shown that the amygdala recovers from a threat more slowly in some then in others, in short, negativity can prevent us from quickly bouncing back from hardship and stress. Consider this, the constant flow of threats and negative thoughts into the mind on a daily basis can make it impossible for the brain cells to recover and return to a normal healthy function. That brings us face to face with the vicious anti Black content of “killer rap” which urges black people to prove their worth by displaying their willingness to kill other Black people in order to get from “nothing to something” Every song threatens assault and murder. While at the same time a global movement fueled by young people sets out to change the world on their own terms, Black youth are urged to accept inequity and find a place within a corrupt society in order to get rich or die trying. And so we have appealed to iHeart Radio, the owner of most of the anti-Black, anti-woman, killer radio stations in the United States to modify the music they present to African American youth, which is most often different then the music offered to white youth even when performed by the same artist. They not only refuse to consider our concerns and make any adjustment they also continue to censor out the conscious rap of artist like Lupe Fiasco, Dead Prez, and Talib Kweli, and new music by Gladys Knight, Anita Baker, Gerald Austin, Mavis Staples, Dennis Edwards, Music Soul Child, Herbie Hancock, in other words the total Black experience in sound, has been completely removed from the market place. We appealed to McDonalds the primary sponsor of these killer radio stations to not support such offensive anti Black media. Unlike the sponsors who withdrew their support from Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity choosing not to risk offending white women, where Black women are at issue however, McDonalds, who receives enormous support from Black consumer dollars refused to make adjustments to their advertising saying to us that when it comes to advertising they have an obligation to employees, franchisees, and shareholders to reach their customers as effectively as possible. The McDonalds customer satisfaction representative, someone identified only as Caroline, no last name, went on to say “We regularly review programming where our advertising messages appear and strive to associate out message with programming that is relevant, entertaining, speaks to our customers and supports our brand values.” Where Black women and their youngsters are concerned McDonalds brand values become quite muddled. Therefore on Monday, June 19th, the day we celebrate Juneteenth we call for one day of outrage and economic discipline, one day of absence, on that day, June19th, stay out of McDonalds. Let them operate without black consumer dollars. It is not how readily you spend, but when you control your spending that you demand respect.

#61917mcdonaldsboycott

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No woman loves a man that worships her.
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