Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan warned Black America to be skeptical of vaccines made from "their medications" to treat a disease that has disproportionately affected African Americans.


Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan's July Fourth speech about the state of Black people in America will be seen and heard by a global audience.


The activist responds to criticism following her attendance at the Nation of Islam's annual Saviour's Day event.

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."


The Nation of Islam has added its two cents to the wide-ranging debate about children vaccinations.

“The White man is going to push," the Minister Louis Farrakhan said recently during a speech before the State of the Black World Conference in New Jersey. "He’s putting in place the very thing that will limit the freedom of others.”

B.J. Murphy discusses the latest developments on the ground in Charlotte following a night of unrest.

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This past Friday, the world paid homage to the late, great former heavyweight champion of the world, Muhammad Ali. Although he didn’t speak at Ali’s memorial service, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan talked about what Muhammad meant to him and the Nation of Islam in Chicago.   Min. Farrakhan explained the reason he loves Muhammad so […]


The book "Blood Brothers" describes the unique friendship between two of Black America's icons, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X.

“All of his organs failed but his HEART wouldn’t stop beating. For 30 minutes...his heart just keep beating," his daughter revealed.


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).