Brother Jesse Muhammad speaks on the legacy of Elijah Muhammad

[podcast][/podcast]Brother Jesse Muhammad of the finalcall newpaper spoke on radio about the legacy of Elijah Muhammad. While growing up all I heard was negative things about Elijah Muhammad, as I got older I seen the works of the man.
I wanted to know more about the person that shaped Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali & the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Today was the birthday of the late Elijah Muhammad and we spent the last 90 minutes of our show learning more about him.

Brother Jesse
Brother Jesse

Brother Jesse Muhammad, also gave us an emotional testimony about his search for his biological father.
Please enjoy this short interview.

Elijah Muhammad
Elijah Muhammad


Brother Jesse Muhammad: is a motivational speaker with over a decade of experience speaking to diverse audiences across the country. He has been featured on various television and radio shows in Houston, New York, Chicago, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and other cities throughout the country. He is a Staff Writer for the Final Call Newspaper and has received rave reviews for his coverage of stories that the mainstream media tends to overlook. He is credited with bringing national and international attention to the historic case of the “Jena Six” and has been recognized for his consistent coverage of Hurricane Katrina survivors. He is also the Founder and Creative Director of Jahaanah Productions which provides a wide range of services. He is the Co-founder and Senior Editor of For Youth Teens and Young Adults(FYTYA, Houston’s largest youth and college paper. To add to that he is a budding photojournalist

5 thoughts on “Brother Jesse Muhammad speaks on the legacy of Elijah Muhammad

  • December 1, 2009 at 3:50 pm

    Hey Love your blog a lot! I My brother told me about your site. Cool!

  • October 17, 2009 at 12:45 pm

    I am sorry Ms.Mavis, I wasn’t paying attention. Please forgive me.
    Peace & Blessing.
    You have raised a very strong man in Brother Jesse.

  • October 8, 2009 at 11:32 pm

    Thanks for the linkup Paul, but I am not a brother. I am Brother Jesse’s Mother. Guess the hairdo fooled you LOL.

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