Community Leaders Pay Tribute to the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan with “An Evening of Jazz”

In The Name Of Allah, The Beneficent The Merciful, I Bear Witness There Is No God But Allah And That Muhammad Is His Messenger AS-SALAAM ALAIKUM! (Peace Be Unto You)

December 13, 2010                                                                                                   Press Contact: David Muhammad

For Immediate Release

Milwaukee Artists, Community Leaders Pay Tribute to the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan with “An Evening of Jazz” Fundraiser Saturday, December 18 2010-Members of Milwaukee’s artistic and activist community will gather for an evening of Jazz, entertainment, and awareness at Coffee Makes You Black, 2803 N. Teutonia Ave, to honor over 55 years of service by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. The event is a fundraiser for the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day Gift which supports Minister Farrakhan’s work of redeeming the Black and oppressed people.

“Minister Farrakhan has tirelessly worked 55 years for the rise of black people in America. He bows to no one but God and is unafraid to speak truth to power. He has proven his love for us with his life and he is more than worthy of our financial contributions”, stated William Muhammad, Student Minister of Muhammad Mosque #3.

The evening’s MC will be 1290 WMCS talk show host Earl Ingram. The event will feature live performances by acclaimed composer and Smooth Jazz saxophonist James Dallas, as well as singer Ozara Ode’ showcasing selections from her nationally renowned tribute to Nina Simone.

The event begins at 6pm. There is no charge for the event and all community members are welcome to attend and encouraged to donate.

Saviours’ Day honors the birth of Nation of Islam founder, Master W. Fard Muhammad, who established the movement in 1930 and was the teacher of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad.



Muhammad Mosque # 3 * 4202 N. Teutonia Avenue * Milwaukee, WI 53209 * 414.755.2006

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One Response to Community Leaders Pay Tribute to the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan with “An Evening of Jazz”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Minister Farrakhan is by far the strongest, clearest voice of truth and for justice in America today and has so been for many years. He is ordained by the Divine Mind to do just what he does. We owe it to ourselvers and our own liberation and salvation to listen to and heed his counsel. He speaks with both divine and scholarly based wisdom. His research team brings fact to his visionary overview of history, supported by divine guidance and spiritual protection. I urge us to attend, give generously, urge others to come and join the push to rescue, liberate and empower Afrikan people and to help restore truth and sanity to our planet.

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