A brief visual history of black Muslims in Chicago – Chicago Reader During the 1960s, in the midst of the civil rights movement against segregation and discrimination, the teachings of the Nation of Islam extended beyond the fight for equality to include racial self-reliance, discipline, and economic independence.

During the 1960s, in the midst of the civil rights movement against segregation and discrimination, the teachings of the Nation of Islam extended beyond the fight for equality to include racial self-reliance, discipline, and economic independence.

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Nation of Islam Responds to Keith Ellison’s ‘Cowardly Repudiation’ of Minister Farrakhan In response to Keith Ellison’s condemnation of Minister Louis Farrakhan, Richard B. Muhammad, the editor in chief of The Final Call newspaper, criticized the congressman for attacking the Nation of Islam leader.

In response to Keith Ellison’s condemnation of Minister Louis Farrakhan, Richard B. Muhammad, the editor in chief of The Final Call newspaper, criticized the congressman for attacking the Nation of Islam leader.

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