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Farrakhan asks why Obama hasn't stood up to 'them' in Ferguson

Louis Farrakhan was selling crazy on Twitter tonight, calling out President Obama for asking people in Ferguson to be peaceful.

In #Ferguson, everybody is on edge.

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Barack Obama

Mount Rushmore, The Nation Of Islam And The Anti-White, Anti-American Left

The mother of an eight-year-old wants to know why a Tennessee school teacher gave her child a handout from the Nation of Islam that portrayed the presidents on Mount Rushmore as being racists…

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Politics

“The Plan Keeps Coming Up Again”: Conspiracy Theories, Policing 1970 D.C., and Creating Model Neighborhoods in Model Cities (Best of UHA, Part 4)

Today’s post wraps up our coverage of the Urban History Association’s Seventh Biennial Conference in Philadelphia.  You can find overviews of other great panels on everything from “cartographies of protest” in Boston to the Mafia-like dark arts of the PTA… 3,555 more words

Cities

Louis Farrakhan: Caribbean Countries should demand reparation for slavery from Catholic Church

Following up on the recent two-day conference on reparations in Antigua, where the chairperson of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Reparations Commission Sir Hilary Beckles said that the Commission is working towards mounting a region-wide rally to demand reparations, … 367 more words

News

West not in moral position to tell anybody how corrupt they are

Louis FARRAKHAN V.S Mike WALLACE (1996)

Below is a clip from an interview  of Louis Farrakhan conducted in 1996 by Mike Wallace from ’60 minutes’ (an American television newsmagazine program). 74 more words

Anti-stereotyping/racism/xenophobia

EXPLOSIVE!!! "EBOLA IS AMERICA'S BIOWEAPON AGAINST BLACKS" SAYS LOUIS FARRAKHAN

Controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is doing what he does best – stirring controversy, saying the deadly Ebola virus as well as AIDS are bioweapons expressly engineered to cull the Black populations of the world. 243 more words

NEWS

Examining Malcolm X and his continued importance to African Americans

I am firstly going to focus on how Malcolm X is portrayed in the music genre and culture of hip hop, I have chosen this specific genre of music because of its continued importance to the modern youth and also as a main vehicle for African Americans to voice their opinion to the mainstream. 1,789 more words