Looking for Farrakhan

Looking for Farrakhan

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A meditation on the black experience in America that helped transform the young Eugene Walcott into Louis Farrakhan; on the circumstances that brought him to power as leader of the Nation of Islam; on the policies and programs of this curious but imposing organization; and, most of all, on Farrakhan himself--the content of his character and the substance of his ideas. An important addition to the body of work about Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. --Black Studies and Literature
Publisher: Chicago : Ivan R. Dee, 1997.
ISBN: 9781566631570
Branch Call Number: 921 FARRAKHAN, LOUIS
Characteristics: xiii, 305 p. ; 24 cm.


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Dec 20, 2017

This man is a wonderful person by the speeches i have personally listened to now for over 5 months,and he has richly Blessed my soul!!!I have see GOD Almighty more thru this humble Minister than any other main stream Preacher on television!!! like TBN,or other television networks!! Muslims and Islams are very humble people naturally by GOD so you cam see why I LOVE him so much!!! hope you enjoy this book as I look forward to reading it too!!thanks.Eileen W. of MN.


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