2.24.2010

Saviours' Day 2010 Children's Village to be hosted by Mother Khadijah Farrakhan + the Youth Workshops will address major issues

(Mother Khadijah Farrakhan taking photos at the 2009 Children's Village. Photo by Hannibal Muhammad)

Saviours' Day 2010 here we come!

I will be boarding the plane soon with my family headed to Rosemont, IL for the 80th anniversary celebration of the Nation of Islam's service to the Black community and the country. I have been blogging a lot about this over the last few weeks, so you can tell I am very excited.

But I'm not the only one. Check out the blogs of Brother Hannibal, Brother Ashahed, Brother Brian and others. The online buzz is astronomical.

This particular post is to inform you about some of the wonderful Saviours' Day events that will be taking place for the children and young adults. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is a firm believer in not excluding the youth so there is always something for them.

What's in store?

Mother Khadijah Farrakhan, the NOI's First Lady, will be hosting the annual Children's Village. This year the multi-dimensional fun zone will be officially renamed the Mother Khadijah Farrakhan Children's Village at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Feb. 26. There is also going to a full program featuring musical performances, drill exhibitions, a science workshop by Mr. Freeze, carnival rides and more for two days. Plus it is free for the children.



The youth & young adult workshops (flyer above) will include titles such as From Gangsters to Gods (Brothers only), Effective Communication, Girls to Goddessess (Sisters only - Mothers and daughters) and a Youth Leadership Conference that will feature my sibling Deric Muhammad of Houston.

Every year The Final Call Newspaper prints a special Saviours' Day Commemorative Edition and this year has a special surprise inside for everyone who makes the trip. Be sure to pick up one! Here is the cover.


I will be posting daily updates on my blog, Twitter and Facebook pages so be sure follow!

Peace,
Brother Jesse Muhammad (@BrotherJesse)


*Bonus: Did you know that the rapper Common has endorsed Saviours' Day 2010? Oh, you didn't know? Check out the PSA below!