Nation of Islam commemoration brings light, life, power to cities and towns across America in preparation for major address by Min. Farrakhan Feb. 22
CHICAGO (FinalCall.com) - Saving the lives of Black people, delivering words of enlightenment, standing for the oppressed and charting a way forward in a world of confusion are essential to the mission of the Nation of Islam.
In 2015, the movement marks its 85th year in America and the mission to save Black people and the oppressed, the mission to offer light and the mission to provide divine guidance will encompass this year’s Saviours’ Day commemoration in the third week in February.
Instead of making a journey to Chicago, the Nation’s headquarters, mosques and study groups will stay in their local areas, open their doors, join community partners and present celebrations, workshops, protests and local viewing of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s keynote address Feb. 22, which is titled “The Intensifying Universal Cry for Justice.”
The Minister will speak live in Chicago at 2 p.m. CST at Christ Universal Temple, located at 11901 S. Ashland and doors will open at 12 noon. Admission is free and the program will be broadcast at NOI.org. Visit the webpage for more information. SAVIOURS’ DAY 2015: Read more...