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The Importance Of Early STEM Exposure

by Khalliday Muhammad

The basic principle for raising our children is to give them opportunities to make a better life for themselves. Most of us believe once they have had a decent public... »

You Can Change the World with Your Womb

by Fudia Muhammad -Guest Columnist- | Jul 3, 2017 - 7:02:17 PM

The mind is so powerful that whether or not adequate time was taken to prepare the physical body, a focused and determined mind can overcome the physical. »

Questions for my brothers

by Raven Smith -Guest Columnist- | Jun 7, 2017 - 8:40:42 AM

Life can be interesting when navigating the world and understanding your fellow man and woman. Brothers are attempting to reach sisters. There are several questions that a sister at times wants to ask her brother. »

Don’t Depend On An ‘Amber Alert’ To Save Black Girls

by Qiana X | Apr 12, 2017 - 9:50:58 AM

In February of this year, women and girls of various ages, religions, and social economic backgrounds came together as one sisterhood at the Shrine of the Black Madonna to support Queendom Come, Inc.’s fundraiser “The Crowning.” »

Mentoring group impacts an entire city!

by FinalCall.com News | Jan 15, 2015 - 12:55:52 PM

New Haven, Conn. - Sisters of Today and Tomorrow (SOT) took its conference to another level of transforming the lives of girls and the women who raise them, when it hosted its 2nd Leadership Conference for Girls in New Haven, Connecticut, in late December. »

Security Council urged to keep commitments to women

by Alexandra Zevallos-Ortiz | Jan 15, 2015 - 12:02:16 PM

UNITED NATIONS - A leading non-governmental organization (NGO), advocating the participation of women in efforts to maintain international peace, has urged the U.N. Security Council to do more to live up to its commitments to its longstanding agenda on women, peace and security (WPS). »

Muslim publisher assembles panel on domestic violence, sexual abuse and stalking

by Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent- | Jan 9, 2015 - 8:29:25 AM

HOUSTON, Texas - Ebony Muhammad studies death, dying, bereavement, and psychological methods for coping with loss. She publishes Hurt2Healing Magazine online, which routinely features articles about domestic and sexual violence. »

Queen Aminah debuts during D.C. Fashion Week

by Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer- | Nov 13, 2014 - 10:34:35 AM

WASHINGTON - Aminah Muhammad known across the Nation of Islam for styling women and men including the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, showcased for debut, her designs during D.C. Fashion Week’s (DCFW) Haute and Modesty Show, this fall. »

Ending violence against women – A global responsibility

by Lakshmi Puri -Guest Columnist- | Nov 13, 2014 - 9:41:44 AM

UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - Addressing violence against women, in all of its forms, is a global imperative and should be one of the international community’s top priorities, including forthcoming intergovernmental processes, such as the post-2015 development agenda. »

And how are the children?

by Twyla Lee -Guest Columnist- | Nov 6, 2014 - 8:24:33 AM

Picture a world of conscious people who greet one another by asking “And how are the children?” before every interaction or before any correspondence. »

Sisters feeling besieged

by Laila Muhammad | Oct 14, 2014 - 9:43:14 PM

How many successful Black women are shown married to decent Black men? And the ones that are married are shown as financially supporting Black men who sit at home, unemployed, watching TV, or playing video games. »

Give birth peacefully like Mary, the mother of Jesus

by Casey Muhammad | Sep 25, 2014 - 9:18:36 PM

One of my favorite sections of the Holy Qur’an is about the birth of Jesus. As an aspiring midwife, I can’t help but love this story. Why? Because it is a portrait of what birth can be when it is undisturbed and a woman has complete trust and faith in the process of childbirth knowing she is being undergirded by God. »

Divorce: A threat to national security

by Laila Muhammad | Sep 11, 2014 - 10:56:07 AM

There is no success in building a nation without the building of family. There is no success in the building of family without the respect and honor for the institution of marriage. However, we are beset with divorce and the problem of infidelity. »

Vegetarian Cooking Made Easy, my story

by Saaudiah Muhammad | Sep 11, 2014 - 10:47:29 AM

I began the journey to become a vegetarian about 7 years ago. This was in tandem with the major weight loss I embarked upon. I decided I was going to “go vegetarian” and LOVE it! »

Spa day fit for a queen!

by FinalCall.com News | Jul 1, 2014 - 9:40:42 PM

Sisters of Today and Tomorrow (SOT), hosted its “Mommy, Mentor & Me” Spa Day Fundraiser, at IWI Fresh Garden Day Spa. Carla Morrison is the group’s founder and executive director. »

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The Importance Of Early STEM Exposure

The basic principle for raising our children is to give...

You Can Change the World with Your Womb

The mind is so powerful that whether or not adequate...

Questions for my brothers

Life can be interesting when navigating the world and understanding...

Don’t Depend On An ‘Amber Alert’ To Save Black Girls

In February of this year, women and girls of various...

Mentoring group impacts an entire city!

New Haven, Conn. - Sisters of Today and Tomorrow (SOT)...

Security Council urged to keep commitments to women

UNITED NATIONS - A leading non-governmental organization (NGO), advocating the...

Muslim publisher assembles panel on domestic violence, sexual abuse and stalking

HOUSTON, Texas - Ebony Muhammad studies death, dying, bereavement, and...

Queen Aminah debuts during D.C. Fashion Week

WASHINGTON - Aminah Muhammad known across the Nation of Islam...

Ending violence against women – A global responsibility

UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - Addressing violence against women, in all...

And how are the children?

Picture a world of conscious people who greet one another...

Sisters feeling besieged

How many successful Black women are shown married to decent...

Give birth peacefully like Mary, the mother of Jesus

One of my favorite sections of the Holy Qur’an is...