By Final Call News

What is Saviours’ Day?

Saviours’ Day is an annual Nation of Islam commemoration of the birth of Master Fard Muhammad, the Great Mahdi of the Muslims and the Messiah of the Christians who appeared in North America on July 4, 1930 and declared that the 400 years of bondage Blacks served in America had ended.

Thousands now attend the convention, which has grown to include workshops, plenary sessions, lively discussions, and entertainment, social and educational, activities for children and families, the Drill exhibition and closes with a major address delivered by Min. Farrakhan. It is a joyful and spirited occasion that is looked forward to by members of the Nation of Islam and the Black community.

This year’s convention is back in the city of the Nation of Islam’s headquarters and will be held February 23-24 at the McCormick Convention Center, Chicago, IL. Minister Farrakhan will deliver his traditional Saviours’ Day address, Sunday, February 25 at Wintrust Arena and live via webcast at NOI.org » FULL STORY

Saviours' Day 2018 - Farrakhan Speaks

By Starla Muhammad -Managing Editor-

CHICAGO—Saviours’ Day, the annual Nation of Islam celebration and crowning event of Black History month, is coming back to the Windy City.


Report: Bail requirements, pre-trial detentions can hurt poor Blacks who are accused of crimes

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

Despite no trial or conviction, poor people are often languishing behind bars due to a bail system that can also leave families in ruin long after cases are closed.


Black Panther movie rekindles Black pride

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

Days before its release, the movie about comic book hero Black Panther had inspired a sense of pride, culture, history, and power across generations of Blacks in America.


Pseudo slavemasters and an assault on Black leadership

By Final Call News

The sharp knives are out and demands for the political castration of Black lawmakers and leaders have been issued by Jewish publications, groups and the right wing media.


Threatened, ignored and under siege: How Black students suffer on White campuses

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—Black people have fought for their children, grandchildren and their lineage to get a good education in the country’s top institutions of higher education. Despite hard work, advocacy and sacrifice, Black students are still targets for increasing racial attacks happening all over the country.


What is Saviours’ Day?

By Final Call News

Saviours’ Day is an annual Nation of Islam commemoration of the birth of Master Fard Muhammad, the Great Mahdi of the Muslims and the Messiah of the Christians who appeared in North America on July 4, 1930 and declared that the 400 years of bondage Blacks served in America had ended.

Thousands now attend the convention, which has grown to include workshops, plenary sessions, lively discussions, and entertainment, social and educational, activities for children and families, the Drill exhibition and closes with a major address delivered by Min. Farrakhan. It is a joyful and spirited occasion that is looked forward to by members of the Nation of Islam and the Black community.

This year’s convention is back in the city of the Nation of Islam’s headquarters and will be held February 23-24 at the McCormick Convention Center, Chicago, IL. Minister Farrakhan will deliver his traditional Saviours’ Day address, Sunday, February 25 at Wintrust Arena and live via webcast at NOI.org


Saviours' Day 2018 - Farrakhan Speaks

By Starla Muhammad -Managing Editor-

CHICAGO—Saviours’ Day, the annual Nation of Islam celebration and crowning event of Black History month, is coming back to the Windy City.


Report: Bail requirements, pre-trial detentions can hurt poor Blacks who are accused of crimes

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

Despite no trial or conviction, poor people are often languishing behind bars due to a bail system that can also leave families in ruin long after cases are closed.


Black Panther movie rekindles Black pride

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

Days before its release, the movie about comic book hero Black Panther had inspired a sense of pride, culture, history, and power across generations of Blacks in America.


Threatened, ignored and under siege: How Black students suffer on White campuses

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—Black people have fought for their children, grandchildren and their lineage to get a good education in the country’s top institutions of higher education. Despite hard work, advocacy and sacrifice, Black students are still targets for increasing racial attacks happening all over the country.


From lack of paid maternity leave to ‘hell’ of student debt, North Korea catalog of U.S. rights violations makes convincing case

By Jake Johnson -Staff Writer- CommonDreams.org

Just as U.S. President Donald Trump was preparing to lambast North Korea as "a menace that threatens our world"” in his State of the Union address, Pyongyang released a white paper that highlights America's "gross" human rights violations and deep inequities, from its failure to "embrace paid maternity leave" to its exorbitant health care costs.


True U.S. Goal In Syria Is Control Over Resources, Not Fighting Isis—Russian Ministry Of Defense

By RT.com

The U.S.-led coalition’s attack on pro-government forces in Syria has again proven that Washington’s true goal is to capture “economic assets” instead of fighting terrorism, the Russian Defense Ministry said.


Racism and family separation adds to struggles of refugees

By Brian E. Muhammad -Staff Writer-

A new report released by Oxfam International and the Refugee Council called “Safe but not settled: the impact of family separation on refugees in the UK,” reveals there are detrimental mental, emotional and social effects on fleeing refugees tied directly to the disconnection from their families.


Germany Rejects Reparations Suit Over Colonial Massacre In Namibia

By GIN

(GIN) – In its first formal response to a class-action suit filed by the Herero and Nama people of Namibia, Germany has asked a New York judge to throw out the suit as “inadmissible” because of “the principle of state immunity.”


Palestinian Protesters Disrupt U.S. Economic Meeting

By AP

BETHLEHEM, West Bank—Palestinian protesters disrupted a meeting between U.S. officials and a Palestinian trade group in the West Bank, shouting at the American participants and pelting their vehicles with tomatoes as they departed abruptly.


Racism in car buying?

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

For two years Jason saved and worked on raising his credit score to buy the car of his dreams. He wanted a luxury sports car. He had a good job, money in the bank and the means of paying the note.


America’s Richest 1 Percent Owns 40 Percent Of Country’s Wealth—Study

By RT.com

America’s richest one percent own a whopping 40 percent of the country’s wealth, a new study has revealed. The finding marks a widening gap between rich and poor in the United States.


More Proof Economic Discrimination Exists And Persists

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Contrary to the widespread beliefs that Blacks have “made it” and have overcome economic discrimination, recent data from three studies show those beliefs are wrong.


‘We Have Wealth, We’re Not Pooling Our Resources’

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

An ever-accelerating racial wealth gap has Black families on track to see their median wealth hit zero in this lifetime, making it difficult or impossible to transfer wealth to the next generation, according to a new report.


Africa Among Top 10 Fastest Growing Markets For Air Travel

By GIN

(GIN)—Airline industry and ministry officials attending Aviation Festival Africa and Airports Show Africa heard some good news and some not so good news.


He Came That We May Have Life

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

So many of us today are steeped in religiosity that we lose spirituality. So many of us are bound in rituals that we have lost the truths to which the rituals are pointing us.  So Jesus was such a refreshing personality in the Roman society. The scriptures say that the poor heard him gladly. Anybody that the poor hear gladly concerns the rich, because the rich are rich because they are the bloodsuckers of the poor. » CONTINUE

The critical hour demands building a future for ourselves and our people

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The Time for "marching" is over! We've done that, and we've accomplished a lot through "marches." Through the Million Man March, we proved that we can rise above our differences because The Cause for which we were rising was greater than the things that divided us. » CONTINUE

Warning from a Warner and The Judgement of Allah (God)

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

If you are not going to prepare your people to escape The Judgment, then the scriptures teach us, “Woe to the shepherd who’s feeding himself, and not the flock”: Don’t you think that the people want to know what is going on around them? » CONTINUE

Black youth: Organize and defend your community

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

You must be able to recognize the enemy no matter what color it comes in because the enemy is anyone who is focusing on the idea of the enemy. If the idea is to divide and conquer, then anyone who will divide us to keep us a prey in the hands of our enemy is part of the enemy. » CONTINUE

'Save Our Girls': A Nation Can Rise No Higher Than Its Woman

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Women: You've got to be set free! What God has put within you must be cultivated, must be developed, and must be used for the advancement of a Nation and a World. So that's the message of Elijah Muhammad for The M.G.T.—and The F.O.I. My dear sisters: A new world is to come into existence from you. » CONTINUE

The Beginning of Sorrows

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The Bible teaches that pride goeth before destruction and a haughty spirit before a fall. Look at how Pres. Bush walks. He revels in the might of his army and navy, but Allah (God) can bring a snowstorm so that planes cannot take off and tanks cannot move. He can cause temperatures to drop to freezing, so that weapons cannot fire any ammunition. » CONTINUE

Unite Behind Elijah Muhammad's Program and Position

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

You have to start with land … The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said we need 100 million acres of land as a start! The government owes it to us, but maybe they’re not going to give it. So we have to have another plan, because you’re not militarily strong enough to take anything. » CONTINUE

A Case for Separation

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad states in The Muslim Program: "We want freedom. We want a full and complete freedom. We want justice. Equal justice under the law. We want justice applied equally to all, regardless to creed or class or color. We want equality of opportunity. We want equal membership in society with the best in civilized society." » CONTINUE

Holy Day' vs. 'Holiday': The Lie of 'December 25th'

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

If we properly understand it, the birthday of Jesus should be sacred to every nation and every people because since The Fall of Adam, all humanity has suffered a loss and a death that is only corrected when this highly prophesied individual comes into the world. » CONTINUE

Black Youth Marked For Death By U.S. Government

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Today, I asked to speak to the Youth Leadership that is called by the enemy, “gang leader.” I don’t like the term because it doesn’t properly describe you. So I will call you “youth leaders,” but I want to tell you today why the enemy refers to you as gangs and gang leaders. » CONTINUE