Brothers and Sisters, this was an incredible message by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan that anyone who loved, admired and/or respected Michael Jackson would have loved to hear. And, after his message, many of Michael Jackson's "in-house" critics should be silenced now...if they have any sense.
Min. Farrakhan, in a roughly two-hour lecture, discussed some private conversations he had with Michael Jackson and highlighted how militant and charitable Michael Jackson was. "He gave a $100,000 contribution to the Million Man March," said Min. Farrakhan.
Min. Farrakhan called Michael Jackson was "anointed" and showed how the powers-that-be did not like his incredible power and influence and worked to discredit him by spreading lies and propaganda in the media.
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-- Awards To Be Given Away July, August and September 2009 --
I have not dealt with this organization, but with the incredible cost of college tuitions, it's worth looking into. DiversityScholarships.com says it is giving away a $10,000 scholarship every single month to a high school or college student who is 18 years of age or older. The scholarship award can be used to pay for tuition, books, housing, and more. To apply, students simply have to register online, view free information from sponsor colleges and universities, and then confirm their registration.
Students are not required to attend any specific type of college. I just put a pic of Morehouse up because that's where I "matriculated."
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Get that money, get that knowledge and get busy helping each other.
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