10.01.2009

The Latest Edition of The Final Call Newspaper: First Black President tries to undo Bush-era hatred, but can he?


The latest edition of The Final Call Newspaper has hit the streets of America and the world. In this edition, Final Call Staff Writer Saeed Shabazz writes the cover story with the headline: "First Black President tries to undo Bush-era hatred, but can he?"

"President Barack Obama seized the world stage beginning at the United Nations and ending at The Group of Twenty economic summit in Pittsburgh, Pa., as the month of September was closing.

The first Black U.S. president had a good week, according to some observers. His victories included announcing a new framework for global economic cooperation, pulling together the UK, France, Germany and even a reluctant Russia to pressure Iran to “come clean” about a formerly unknown nuclear facility, passing a UN Security Council resolution limiting nuclear arsenals and establishing the UN as the organization through which global climate change policy would be forged."
--Saaed Shabazz writes.

Read his full cover story at: First Black President tries to undo Bush-era hatred, but can he?

The Final Call Newspaper is published by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. The Final Call is the only remaining Black-owned nationally distributed weekly in the country and has a strong international readership.




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