Minister Louis Farrakhan Wants Jay Z To Keep Beyonce ‘Covered’
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Minister Louis Farrakhan Wants Jay Z To Keep Beyonce ‘Covered’

  (Vibe) – According to Minister Louis Farrakhan, Jay Z apparently should tell Beyonce to…

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Farrakhan: ‘Justice or Else’ March Just the Beginning
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Farrakhan: ‘Justice or Else’ March Just the Beginning

By Freddie Allen NNPA Senior Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – In a wide-ranging conference call…

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Was Jimmy Breslin Tipped Off About Malcolm X’s Assassination 50 Years Ago?
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Was Jimmy Breslin Tipped Off About Malcolm X’s Assassination 50 Years Ago?

  by Milton Allimadi and Colin Benjamin Special to the NNPA from the New York…

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Malcolm X’s Death Froze Separatist Image in Time
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Malcolm X’s Death Froze Separatist Image in Time

  (USA Today) – Rodnell Collins stood next to his uncle, Malcolm X, as the…

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‘We Need Minister Farrakhan,’ Say Black College Students
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‘We Need Minister Farrakhan,’ Say Black College Students

  Consciousness raised, leadership challenged by Muslim leader at HBCU conference by Askia Muhammad Special…

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God’s Influence on Hip-Hop
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God’s Influence on Hip-Hop

Minister Farrakhan is No Terrorist
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Minister Farrakhan is No Terrorist

By Richard B. Muhammad NNPA Guest Columnist   The news cycle April 14 was filled…

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A Dialogue with Iran’s New President
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A Dialogue with Iran’s New President

Special to the NNPA from The Final Call Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, center, speaks from…

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Mobilizing a Nation and Black Voices for Peace
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Mobilizing a Nation and Black Voices for Peace

by Richard B. Muhammad, Starla Muhammad and Toure Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The…

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D.C. Marches Inclusive – Up to a Point
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D.C. Marches Inclusive – Up to a Point

By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist   Organizers of the two recent marches on Washington…

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