WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- Farrakhan turns a blind eye to African slave trade. Liben, Paul // Human Events;5/26/95, Vol. 51 Issue 20, p18
Comments on human rights activist Louis Farrakhan's failure to condemn the Islamic fundamentalist government of Sudan with its practice of African slavery. Farrakhan's appearance as guest of Sudan's leaders; Evidence of slavery in Sudan; Sudanese government forces' involvement in the slave trade.
- Farrakhan. // National Review;4/4/1994, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p17
The article focuses on African American leader Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. This sect was founded in Detroit in 1930. The disciples of the sect believe that all non-Black races are the result of a breeding experiment by a person, named Dr. Yacub, who was exiled from Black Eden...
- Here's when I'll pay reparations. Waxman, Lionel // Inside Tucson Business;9/9/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 24, p5
Refutes the initiative of Afro-American social advocacy leader Louis Farrakhan concerning black slavery reparation in the U.S. Benefits procured by Afro-Americans from the American country; Overview on the economic status of Africa; Details on the family heritage of the author.
- Slavery in our time. Aikman, David // American Spectator;Feb97, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p52
Focuses on the efforts of some African-Americans to expose the existence of slavery in Sudan, Mauritania and other African countries. Mass media reports on chattel slavery; Underlying reasons for Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan's denial that slavery existed in Sudan; Overall passivity of...
- Farrakhan Pushes For Reparations At Upcoming Saviours' Day. // Jet;2/16/2004, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p6
Provides information on the keynote address to be delivered by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan at the Nation of Islam's Annual Saviour's Day Convention in Chicago, Illinois on February 29, 2004, which will focus on reparations for slavery. Domestic and foreign issues to be covered in the...
- the EBONY power 150 religion. // Ebony;Dec2009/Jan2010, Vol. 65 Issue 2/3, p104
This article profiles fourteen African Americans selected as the most influential religious leaders of 2009, as part of a series on 150 African American leaders. They include Church of God in Christ (COGIC) Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Crenshaw Christian Center founder Apostle Frederick K....
- Living with demagogues. // Commonweal;11/15/85, Vol. 112 Issue 20, p629
Editorial. The power of Louis Farrakhan, and the inspiration of his call for Black regeneration, is predicated on fear and hatred. Blacks have not received sufficient attention from the Reagan Administration, but no amount of poverty or suffering justifies hatred.
- Farrakhan's remarks hurt Jackson. // Newsweek;4/23/84, Vol. 103 Issue 16, p31
Louis Farrakhan, 50, is a spellbinding orator who has an incendiary brand of Black Muslim dogma. A supporter of Jesse Jackson, Farrakhan's praise earlier this month for Adolf Hitler, warnings to Jewish militants, and threats to Black reports, forced Jackson onto the defensive. A look at...
- Farrakhan, the Jews, and the elections. // Christian Century;11/4/92, Vol. 109 Issue 32, p993
Reports that nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan told 40,000 followers in Atlanta recently that he makes no apologies for his sharp criticism of the Jews and also said American blacks cannot trust any of the three major candidates for president. Farrakhan rejected calls by local Jewish groups...