Farrakhan: ‘We Do Not Live In Post-Racial America’

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Minister Louis Farrakhan on Sunday urged his followers not to become complacent by President Barack Obama’s election and to work to repair communities.

The 76-year-old Nation of Islam leader said in a speech commemorating the 14th anniversary of the Million Man March that people shouldn’t become pacified by the election of the first black president.

‘This can pacify you and lull you to sleep in a dangerous time, making you think that we live in a post-racial America — when the opposite is true,’ he said to loud applause.


Farrakhan: ‘We Do Not Live In Post-Racial America’  was originally published on globalgrind.com

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