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August 2015

Justice Or Else! Why Indigenous People Will Be In Washington, D.C. on 10.10.15

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“This is no Million Man March (this is the ‘20th Anniversary’ of). But we are going back to Washington, going back with The Family: Going back with our Mexican family (that is your own Brown brother), going back with our Native American family! We want justice from this government—or else!” These words from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan…



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A Message to the Black Professionals

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When the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke to the National Dental Association in Chicago, the room for its annual civil rights luncheon was packed. Among the top professionals in Black America, some had thriving private practices, others worked for government or corporations. Many were second and perhaps third generation dentists. They applauded the Minister and…



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Ferguson Erupts Again

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More pain, little change in Ferguson, Mo., for Black folk FERGUSON, Mo. – The image of a young Black male, bloodied, handcuffed facedown and surrounded by police officers was perhaps the ultimate illustration of how little has changed a year after 18-year-old Mike Brown, Jr., was shot to death here by a White police officer….



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