KPFT Radio Interview Discusses The “Blueprint” From Honorable Silis Muhammad of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam

By Zaqqiyah Haamidah

Minister Omar Hassan discussed a letter about reparations for slavery sent by the Chief Executive Officer of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam, Mr. Silis Muhammad, to U.S. President Barack Obama during a radio interview on KPFT 90.1 on Sunday, April 13. Read the “Blueprint” here.


Minister Omar Hassan, Ambassador-At-Large

Minister Omar Hassan, Ambassador-At-Large of the Afrodescendant Nation, gave listeners a background understanding of the letter’s demands and explained other reparations initiatives while being interviewed on Dr. Obadike Kamau’s show, “Self Determination”,  which can be heard by visiting this link: .

To advance the work described in the interview, signatures were encouraged for a Reparations Petitions. Afrodescendants may walk in to any Muhammad’s Mosques in their city to sign a Reparations Petition, which will be used to gain full Afrodescendant human rights recognition of  and advances the work to claim reparations for slavery.

Black, “African American”, Afrodescendants unable to go in person to sign a Reparations Petition may sign online at: . The goal of the petition drive is to gather 50,000 signatures in support of reparations for Afrodescendants.

As “minorities” in the western hemisphere, Black, “African American”, Afrodescendants have yet to enjoy full equality under the law due to the total destruction of identity during plantation slavery–which was the loss of this nation of people’s identity internationally.

The Lost-Found Nation of Islam is a nonprofit organization that works to claim 100% freedom, justice, and equality for Black, “African American”, Afrodescendant peoples throughout the Americas. The Afrodescendant Nation is a non-territorially based sovereign governing body of, by, and for Afrodescendants constituted on May 26, 2011.

You can learn more about the “Blueprint” and what must be done now to save the Black Family by clicking here.

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Silis Muhammad Expands His Record of Achievement in the Fight for Afrodescendant Human Rights and Reparations for Plantation Slavery


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As a dialogue with United States (U.S.) President Barack Obama’s administration about America’s failure to honor its reparations obligations to Afrodescendants is opened, Mr. Silis Muhammad also advances his long-time track record in the fight for Afrodescendant human rights and reparations for slavery.

Houston, TX (April 9, 2014) Silis Muhammad, the foremost leader in Afrodescendant human rights and reparations, recently informed the Black public of his letter to U.S. President Obama, Congress, the Joint Chief of Staff, and the Pope of Rome, outlining the Afrodescendant claim for reparations for slavery while also growing his long list of achievements in the areas of human rights and reparations. Click to read the letter .

While Mr. Muhammad’s letter may interest the Black Family, it may not be known that Mr. Muhammad’s work as a proven worker for Afrodescendant human rights and reparations for plantation slavery goes as far back as 1994.

Vice President Raashida Taalib-Din of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam/Afrodescendant Nation, said, “the first time that I heard his “Separation, Reparations, and Taxation” lecture in Chicago, Illinois in 1990 is when I first recognized Mr. Muhammad’s quest for Afrodescendant reparations.”  Read the letter to U.S. President Obama here.

Mr. Muhammad’s abbreviated list of United Nations (UN) interventions delivered in advancement of Afrodescendant human rights and reparations for plantation slavery is listed below: Read More…

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Lost-Found Nation of Islam Holds Black Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Zaqqiyah Haamidah

Have you heard?


Middle Passage slave ship diagram

The Lost-Found Nation of Islam  commemorates Black Holocaust Remembrance Day  in April.

Black Holocaust Remembrance Day, whose official date is April 1st of each year, was first commemorated by Minister Najee Muhammad of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam in Washington, D.C., to remember the first Black men and women transported to the Americas on April 1, 1555.

Why is this important?

Well, it’s because untold millions of Black people were kidnapped and transported to the Americas from Africa for the purpose of enslavement, and who many times died during the brutal Middle Passage from disease or going overboard.

It is crucial that Black, “African American”, Afrodescendant peoples remember what happened to the ancestors during plantation slavery and the Middle Passage in this day when white public opinion says “Forget” and “Let bygones be bygones”, knowing that there is an unsettled reparations for slavery debt owed.

But you can get a better understanding of Black Holocaust Remembrance Day AND what you must do today to save the Black Family here.

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