Final Call
By Charlene Muhammad and Darrielle Muhammad -The Final Call-

'Acts of God' - Severe, costly, unusual weather bludgeons America

America suffers as divine chastisement grips country: Severe, costly, unusual weather delivers unforgiving blows.

Divine words of warning from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan were followed by severe weather affecting America from coast to coast.

“Watch the weather,” Min. Farrakhan stated, as he concluded his monumental Feb. 19 Saviours’ Day speech in Detroit, Mich., “Have No Fear for the Future: The Future is Ours.”

“This is not a forsaken people, and the God that we serve has promised us that he would fight our battles. We don’t have no gun to equal yours, but we got a God,” said Min. Farrakhan.

“Check out the West Coast. You never seen no rain like that. You haven’t seen nothing yet,” he warned. » FULL STORY

Celebrating the life of Richard Muhammad

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

LOS ANGELES—Joy and pain dwelled on the faces of family and friends who filled the Harrison Ross Mortuary to celebrate the life of Richard Joseph Muhammad who returned to Allah on March 1, 2017.


Fake Drug Stings Targeting Blacks And Latinos Scheduled For Hearings

By Starla Muhammad -Managing Editor-

CHICAGO—Attorneys representing dozens of Black and Latino male defendants charged in federal drug conspiracy and gun cases, after being snared in fake drug house sting operations, are heading to federal court early next month in a battle to have the charges dismissed.


Mass Incarceration And The Failure Of Black School Children

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—When “Debra,” not her real name, left to do a mandatory four-year minimum sentence for drug possession, she left her five-year-old daughter with her mother. It was her only option for care. Debra’s mom would be responsible for everything.


Outrage grows as video of beauty supply worker choking Black woman goes viral

By Andrea Muhammad -Final Call Contributor-

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Once again, the city finds itself in the national spotlight for rising tensions in the Black community. A patron at Missha beauty supply captured cell phone video of a violent exchange involving store supervisor, Sung Ho Lim, and an unidentified Black woman.


Education, Hard Work Won’t Bridge America’s Racial Wealth Gap: Report

By Brian E. Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

Studies show that the racial wealth gap between Whites, Blacks and Latinos will linger and continue to undermine Black wealth growth. Experts estimate it will take centuries for the wealth gap to close and some advocates say self-determination and doing for self are critical for Black economic success and wealth building.


'Acts of God' - Severe, costly, unusual weather bludgeons America

By Charlene Muhammad and Darrielle Muhammad -The Final Call-

America suffers as divine chastisement grips country: Severe, costly, unusual weather delivers unforgiving blows.

Divine words of warning from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan were followed by severe weather affecting America from coast to coast.

“Watch the weather,” Min. Farrakhan stated, as he concluded his monumental Feb. 19 Saviours’ Day speech in Detroit, Mich., “Have No Fear for the Future: The Future is Ours.”

“This is not a forsaken people, and the God that we serve has promised us that he would fight our battles. We don’t have no gun to equal yours, but we got a God,” said Min. Farrakhan.

“Check out the West Coast. You never seen no rain like that. You haven’t seen nothing yet,” he warned.


Mike Brown vindicated?

By J.A. Salaam -Staff Writer-

FERGUSON, Mo.—A new documentary about the life of Mike Brown and the struggle of his parents to get justice for the untimely killing of their 18-yearold son has sparked renewed controversy.


Honoring Elijah: C.R.O.E.’s Work Bring Honor And Friendships In All Walks Of Life

By Tariqah Shakir-Muhammad -The Final Call-

CHICAGO—Co-founders Munir Muhammad, Shahid Muslim, and Halif Muhammad of C.R.O.E (Coalition for the Remembrance of Elijah Muhammad) recently opened the auditorium for a memorable reception, fundraiser and tribute to the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his work in uplifting the Black man and woman.


Celebrating the life of Richard Muhammad

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

LOS ANGELES—Joy and pain dwelled on the faces of family and friends who filled the Harrison Ross Mortuary to celebrate the life of Richard Joseph Muhammad who returned to Allah on March 1, 2017.


Fake Drug Stings Targeting Blacks And Latinos Scheduled For Hearings

By Starla Muhammad -Managing Editor-

CHICAGO—Attorneys representing dozens of Black and Latino male defendants charged in federal drug conspiracy and gun cases, after being snared in fake drug house sting operations, are heading to federal court early next month in a battle to have the charges dismissed.


Winnie Mandela is hospitalized but doing well - spokesman says

By GIN

(GIN)—Veteran activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is in good spirits while she remains hospitalized for observation, her spokesperson Victor Dlamini told News24 over the recent weekend.


Africa still cursed by glut of small arms

By Jehron Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

The International Red Cross has determined small arms are the world’s principal cause of death and conflict. “Small/light arms are cheap and portable, and are used by all combatants—state militaries, militias, and insurgents.”


Report from African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

By Jehron Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

Chadian foreign affairs minister Moussa Faki Mahamat was elected new chairperson of the African Union Commission. The election was held in the AU’s headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


A President’s Last Act: Dual Citizenship For Africans In The Diaspora

By A. Akbar Muhammad

On January 6, a day before the West African Nation of Ghana changed leadership, I was blessed to receive my Ghana citizenship along with Bro. Earl 3X Reddix from Las Vegas.


Looking Ahead For The Motherland In 2017

By Jehron Muhammad

The need for industrial and infrastructure development in Africa is sacrosanct. The outgoing African Union Commission chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, said the AU’s move to secure “visa-freeentry for all Africans” is a step in that direction.


Black business group, Black banks making Black history with economic justice

By Hazel Trice Edney

It is the number one reason that Black-owned businesses fail: Simply put—not enough money and not enough places to get it.


From banks to beauty products, the #BuyBlack movement is real

By Stacy M. Brown -NNPA Newswire-

As the holiday season moves into full swing, the #BuyBlack campaign has led many to imagine what would happen if African Americans— the largest consumer group of color in the United States with an estimated $1.2 trillion in spending power— routinely demonstrated allegiance to the 2.6 million Black-owned businesses that exist in America.


Will victims in bank scandal get their day in court?

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Victims of the Wells Fargo banking scandal will get justice and have their day in court if new legislation introduced earlier this month passes.


Christians, Muslims unite on economic venture in Atlanta

By Kenetta Muhammad And Karriemmah Muhammad

ATLANTA—The Atlanta Local Organizing Committee (LOC) and 10,000 Fearless Men and Women Headquarters of the South established a combined economic development venture in Atlanta called Blue Seas Express & Catering.


Can We Rebuild Black Wall Street?

By James Clingman -Guest Columnist-

Black Wall Street was burned to the ground in 1921 by a White mob. The Greenwood District, located in the northern section of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was once called “Negro Wall Street,” and “Little Africa.” It was home to hundreds of Black owned businesses and sat on valuable land desired by White oil speculators.


God Is Using The Forces Of Nature To Humble America

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

We’ve arrived at a time when what people have sown, all of us, we have to reap. America has sown some terrible things and this is a time of reaping. That’s why I know that the present powers don’t love the American people. They don’t even love their own children. » CONTINUE

The Abuse of the Female

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

We have to make the change within ourselves, then we can force a change in others; but the change does not start with the enemy. The change starts with us. The Holy Qur'an says, "God will never change the condition of a people until they change within themselves."

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Have No Fear for The Future, Part II

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Brothers, sisters, do you think you’re a real American citizen? You really don’t know, do you? The Constitution never was a guarantee for you. I love the way you defend it; it’s such a magnificent document—and nobody defends it better than the slave who it don’t even apply to. You are so exquisite in your defense (“We are Americans, too!”). Well, tell that to Trump. » CONTINUE

'Have No Fear For The Future: The Future Is Ours!' Part 2

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

When I sat with President Obama (he was Senator Obama then), he said these words to me in the National House: "Brother Farrakhan ... The Black vote in Chicago caused me to win Chicago, but the downstate (White) vote is what made me a U.S. senator." » CONTINUE

Have No Fear for The Future: The Future is Ours

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

I am here to announce today the end of his world, and the beginning of a brand-new reality: That all human beings will enjoy peace, freedom, justice and equality under the rule and the guidance of Allah (God). » CONTINUE

A Saviour Is Born for the Black Man and Woman of America

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Have you noticed how every Black leader who wants to unite Black people but is not made by White people, they reject him for you? When White people reject him, you reject him. We rejected Marcus Garvey? We rejected Noble Drew Ali. We rejected Malcolm X. We rejected Elijah Muhammad. » CONTINUE

Message To The Afrikan Black Coalition Conference

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Brothers and sisters, you are so great, that’s why the enemy doesn’t want you to know yourself! Because if you knew yourself, and would try to be yourself rather than being a replica of your enemy. We could be free overnight. » CONTINUE

Accepting Responsibility to Build Our Community

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Now the killings have increased in all the major cities of America and leading Black thinkers are now calling for the National Guard. Some people say, “Farrakhan you need to have another March.” No that is over, I will never go back to Washington like that ever again,  In fact, we do not have time. » CONTINUE

Iranian Journalist Nader Talebzadeh Interviews The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

This “religiosity” is not the standard by which true men of God are measured. In all the rituals that Islam has, deeply imbedded in those rituals are principles of truth. And sometimes we get lost in the religiosity; we get lost in the “symbol,” but we miss the substance of the truth. » CONTINUE

Principles and Practices of Leadership to Suffice Our Needs

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The greatest characteristic that a leader must have is a four-letter word: Love. Because it's only love of the people that puts their worth and value above your own! It’s love of the people that will put their lives above your own! » CONTINUE