CLEVELAND, Ohio. — Day 3 (read first day here) of the GOP Convention reeked of thousands of protesters. Many were against the killings of Black victims of police brutality while others included anti-Trump promotions, a recent denotion of the NAACP creating headlines about his campaign.
According to the BlackPressUSA, President Cornell Brooks had to announce that Donald Trump declined the NAACP’s invitation to speak. This raised questions about Trump’s potential presidency and signaled protesters to continue in their movement. NAACP President Brooks also noted that this year’s election “marks a significant moral moment for America”.
Melania Trump also left many questions about rather the racial issues of America would be addressed in the next presidency. Bro. Eric Ture Muhammad follows with her speech during the GOP convention.
Melania Trump’s lifting of Michelle Obama’s speech proves that Black Lives Do Matter!
“She pulled it off” was the initial consensus of White media. She was poised, confident, stunning, passionate, genuine, sincere, brilliant—oh, don’t forget honest and believable.
These words filled the night air like the ending of a beautiful movie. CNN, FOX NEWS, MSNBC and practically all mass media; RNC delegates and Trump organizers ready to fall off to sleep. Then it happened. Social media July 18 exploded as Blacks and others took to cyberspace, as did the few Black correspondents in the sea of White media heard, saying something was eerily reminiscent in Mrs. Trump’s appearance and presentation.
There is a saying that “behind every good man, is a good woman,” however, in the case of The Honorable Minister Farrakhan, the leader of The Nation of Islam and the convener of the Million Man March, “behind every great man is a phenomenal woman.”
Mother Khadijah Farrakhan, wife of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, is featured on the cover of the current issue of Virtue Today Magazine, a inspirational new women’s magazine out of Raleigh, North Carolina, that focuses on uplifting women. Mother Farrakhan is featured along side Michelle Obama and Winnie Mandela for the cover story: Black First Ladies. Mother Farrakhan is the First Lady of The Nation of Islam.
The article shares interesting facts about Mother Farrakhan’s childhood(guess what team she was on as a teen?) as well as her work as a talented seamstress and humanitarian. She and her husband were childhood sweethearts and joined the Nation of Islam together in 1955. A beautiful family photo shows their nine wonderful children.
Also featured in this issue are the amazingly insightful articles entitled, “How to Give Birth to a God,” Act like a Lady; Dress Like a Queen, and the “Ultimate Debt Payoff” plan.