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by Frederick H. LoweMinister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam has mailed letters to members of Congress, urging them to reject military strikes against Syria over what he calls “disputed charges” that the country's leaders used chemical weapons against civilians.“I am deeply concerned that a larger war will materialize and America will be forced to put American soldiers in harm's way to accomplish their desired results," Minister Farrakhan said on Friday.
by Frederick H. LoweWhole Foods Market, the Austin, Texas-based, organic- and natural- foods supermarket chain, announced last week that it would build a new supermarket in Englewood, a Chicago neighborhood that often leads the news for gun violence.Keith Stewart, a spokesperson for Whole Foods Market Midwest in Chicago, said, however, that the market's scheduled opening is one part of a solution in helping to make Englewood a safer place to live.“We think that improved services will be just one part of the solution,” Stewart said.
NorthStar has the recording and transcript of the 911 call by Frederick H.
September 101847 -- John Roy Lynch, the first African-American speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives, was born into slavery on this day in Concordia Parish, Miss.
George Zimmerman's wife Shellie called the Lake Mary, Fla., police claiming that her husband assaulted her father and threatened them with a gun.