Minister Louis Farrakhan

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Minister Louis Farrakhan addressed Gayle King's Kobe Bryant interview and Snoop Dogg's remarks during his keynote address at the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day 2020 event in Detroit.

Another stretch for a false equivalency.

There is lasting uncertainty over the actual culprits behind Malcolm X's killing, which took place 53 years ago.

In commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of the Million Man March, Louis Farrakhan is scheduled to deliver a speech on Sunday in Newark, New Jersey called, "Separation or Death."

Being friends with the Minister has always been a litmus test on whether you are suitable to partner with or befriend members of other communities (especially certain segments of the Jewish community).

Donald Trump has not been called an extremist for making the statement and the Jerusalem Post has not been called extremist for publishing the statement. Clearly, it is not a matter of what is being said, but who is saying it.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now took one last look back at the year that was with the NewsOne Now Memorable Moments Special. Check out a few of those moments below. Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Talks Black Lives Matter, Racist Cops, & More In a highly contested and confrontational interview, Roland Martin, host of TV One’s […]

Dr. Chavis told Martin he believes that Justice or Else is going to be an "ongoing movement."

Fresh off the heels of Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Justice or Else rally and calls for a boycott of Christmas shopping, many African-Americans are looking for ways to invest their money rather than spend it frivolously on material goods. America’s Wealth Coach Deborah Owens joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to offer wealth building and investing tips […]

Harry Lennix, one of the stars of NBC's hit drama The Blacklist, shared his views on Min. Farrakhan's Justice or Else sermon.

Russell Simmons discusses Minister Louis Farrakhan's remarks about redistributing the pain to enact social justice in America.

Hip-hop pioneer Chuck D talks Black Lives Matter and Black love matters at the Justice or Else rally in Washington D.C.