Farrakhan's support for Voting Rights protections brings rabid Jewish attack in Alabama as activists, leaders focus on ensuring that Blacks are not disenfranchised. While some shy away from the assault, others stand strong, but question remains about Black rights and White efforts to hold on to power.The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan was only in the state of Alabama for 24-hours, but in that short amount of time, history was made. He joined political leaders, community activists and members of the community under the banner of the "Never Forget, Never Again Pilgrimage" to save Section Five of the Voting Rights Act.
It was a sweltering hot day June 14 with high levels of humidity and temperatures reaching into the mid-90s, but that did not matter. The spirit and legacy of the Freedom Riders of the civil rights era and modern demands to protect the Black right to vote were front and center during four back to back rallies. » FULL STORY