Let Us Make Man - Part Two

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"Let Us Make Man", by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan (born Louis Eugene Walcott on May 11, 1933 in Bronx, N.Y.), National Representative of the Nation of Islam (NOI). A seminal message on the state of African-American male/female relations and the need for Black productivity. Delivered on the occasion of Men's Day 1993, at Union Temple Baptist Church in Washington, DC (USA). Farrakhan's remarks also discuss the evolution of Black Theology in Christian congregations - in part a result of encounters with students of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad (1897-1975).

In his conclusion, Min. Farrakhan speaks of a plot to divide African-American leadership, and provides details of a letter sent to Coretta Scott King (Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr) urging a public rebuke of Farrakhan.

Part Two includes a performance of "Black People Ain't Prejudiced, We're Just Mad", by Chicago based rapper D.A. Smart. Founded in 1930 by Master Fard Muhammad and led to prominence from 1934 to 1975 by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the Nation of Islam continues to positively impact the quality of life in America.

...a true gem from the AFRICAN CONNECTIONS video archives.


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