Farrakhan is making his rounds again. He was at the 15th anniversary for the Million Man March in Chicago.
He wanted to remind us that just because Obama is in office, it doesn’t mean that we don’t need to get comfortable.
He went on to remind his congregation that we have a lot of work to do in our communities. “Derrion Albert … should be a call to action.”
He spoke for 2.5 hours on the topic of work force, community, and nation building. He spread the word that we need to hear regarding Obama’s leadership, “You may not be pleased with everything he’s saying and doing, but you have to understand that he’s been voted in to take care of the affairs of a nation, and not yours and mine particularly.”
So many of us forgot that simple truth when we were on our way to the polls, during his campaign, and during some of his decision making. We forgot that he came from a white mother and an absentee black father.
Before anything else, he appears to be a humanitarian. Check out the rest of the story here.