What are the effects of ’Good Hair/Bad Hair’ Talk On So-Called African American Children?

by Zaqqiyah Haamidah Today Minister Karriem Al-Ghani answered this question during his second talk in the Black History Month/Black Holocaust Commemoration lecture series. Minister Al-Ghani began by recalling his life as a young boy hearing women in his family speak to their daughters about their hair. The conversation went something like, ‘Girl, sit still and […]

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By Zaqqiyah Haamidah Silis Muhammad, Chief Executive Officer of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam, published a Muhammad Speaks Newspaper centerfold article entitled, “But Not My Throne” in 1988. Mr. Muhammad spoke on the similarities between the Joseph who took ownership of Egypt in the Bible (Genesis 37) and presidential hopeful Jesse Jackson in that article; […]

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Blacks/African Americans: How do you know the Chosen of God?

By Zaqqiyah Haamidah Tsunamis in Indonesia, storms in northeastern United States, political and personal attacks against Barack Obama… These are just a few of the recent events that hold signs to understanding the chaotic times in which we live. They also hold keys to your understanding the proper identity of what people the scriptures call […]

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