In the 29th installment of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's 52-week online series, "The Time and What Must Be Done," he shared words regarding the George Zimmerman verdict and the murder of Trayvon Martin.
"You have not 'melted' into this melting pot yet. This country was not made for the Brown. It was not made for the Yellow. It was not made for the Red Indian. And it certainly was not made for the Black. You are going to have to come to the realization that the death or murder of Trayvon was a nail in the coffin of White supremacy," he said.
"Our people are rising, but you don't know where to go; you don't know what to do. But this has gone on in every generation. It's telling us that we're living in a society where we will never get the justice that God wants for us. We will never find the equity that God wants for us, nor the freedom. We have to separate. We have to find a path. And America, you have to let the Black man go."
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