The Rev. Nicholas Hood Sr., a prominent civil rights leader, minister and long-time Detroit City councilman, died Sunday.
A self-described “street pastor,” Tina Powell proselytized “on the corner, in the club, in the trenches.” Now she’s found a new spiritual home.
Farrakhan reiterated his belief that Jews operate the entertainment industry and churn out negative portrayals of black people in an evil plot to control the world.
Minister Farrakhan continued his tirade against “Satanic Jews,” saying they’ve plotted to control the world through trickery and evil.
Farrakhan sought to downplay Kilpatrick’s crimes, saying he was the victim of a racially motivated law enforcement.
“Suppose that the 500,000 blacks in Detroit decided this this is our city, this is our home, and we are not going to let buzzards take it from us,” Farrakhan said to thundering applause.