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Blacks in the World of Sci-Fi

by Saffiyyah Muhammad

Whether it’s about Black comic books heroes or she-roes, short films, feature films, or an exhibition on sci-fi art and hip-hop music, Black writers, film producers and educators have forged... »

The Trials of Muhammad Ali

by Ashahed M. Muhammad -Assistant Editor- | Jan 1, 2014 - 3:29:06 PM

CHICAGO - One of the most recognizable figures on the Earth is Muhammad Ali. While many have heard his name and been told of his exploits in the ring, do you truly know his story? »

In 2013 Black America suffered as White anger and Black fratricide struck, say analysts

by Ashahed M. Muhammad and Charlene Muhammad -Final Call Staffers- | Dec 24, 2013 - 10:27:10 AM

The year 2013 saw George Zimmerman tried for the killing of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin and the case kept the country riveted. However, when Mr. Zimmerman was found not guilty, a wave of grief and anger swept over Black America. That verdict, along with other brutal killings caused many to believe that it was "open season" on Black people. »

Madiba's fight has ended but the battle for full freedom, Black progress still remain

by Richard B. Muhammad and Brian E. Muhammad Final Call Staffers | Dec 10, 2013 - 8:37:21 AM

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela has died and the historians are appraising his legacy. Mr. Mandela was without doubt a soul of consequence and is widely viewed as the personification of struggle. But the long walk to freedom was not easy for Mr. Mandela and the South African people-and the road ahead will have its share of difficulties. »

Unfinished business in America: Leaders vow to push once again for voting rights, jobs after march anniversary

by Richard B. Muhammad -Editor- | Aug 27, 2013 - 11:01:49 AM

WASHINGTON - Everything has changed and nothing has changed in the 50 years since the March on Washington in 1963. And tens of thousands left the 2013 March on Washington hearing vows to push Congress to restore voting rights gutted by the Supreme Court and plans to lobby Congress for passage of a jobs bill. »

FCN Special - New Orleans: a city still in need of repair, a people still in great despair

by Dora Muhammad
Managing Editor | Jan 25, 2006 - 9:21:00 AM

NEW ORLEANS (FinalCall.com) - For three days, a diverse collective of leaders, activists and professionals convened here during a special initiative aimed to take back Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of fighting for social justice, by drawing attention again to the Hurricane Katrina disaster and its impact on hundreds of thousands of Blacks, poor people and people of color in the city and Gulf region. »

The hidden story in New Orleans

by FinalCall.com News | Jan 25, 2006 - 9:16:00 AM

NEW ORLEANS (Finalcall.com) - The residents of New Orleans displaced by Hurricane Katrina and still disconnected due to tremendous failures by the federal government do not need any further evidence of the ineptness of the system to provide relief and restoration provisions to them. »

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In 2013 Black America suffered as White anger and Black fratricide struck, say analysts

The year 2013 saw George Zimmerman tried for the killing...

Blacks in the World of Sci-Fi

Whether it’s about Black comic books heroes or she-roes, short...

The Trials of Muhammad Ali

CHICAGO - One of the most recognizable figures on the...

Unfinished business in America: Leaders vow to push once again for voting rights, jobs after march anniversary

WASHINGTON - Everything has changed and nothing has changed in...

Madiba's fight has ended but the battle for full freedom, Black progress still remain

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela has died and the historians are appraising...

The hidden story in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (Finalcall.com) - The residents of New Orleans displaced...

FCN Special - New Orleans: a city still in need of repair, a people still in great despair

NEW ORLEANS (FinalCall.com) - For three days, a diverse collective...

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