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The Teachings Tour

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The Teachings 2.0 Book & Social Media Warfare Tour f/ Brother Jesse Muhammad visits Chicago

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“I’m not here to teach you how to take a better selfie. I’m here to talk about Social Media Warfare.” – Brother Jesse Muhammad (4/11/15 – Chicago, IL) History was made at the National Center of the Nation Of Islam in ways that could only be articulated as a modern technology in motion.

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Brother Jesse encourages youth across the country on the power of social media for #TheTeachingsTour

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There are some people who talk about what needs to be done to improve the issues that plague our communities, and those who restlessly move out on those ideas to make an impact.

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Stop Number 30 on the Teachings 2.0 Book Tour f/ Brother Jesse Muhammad (St. Louis, Missouri)

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The weekend of April 25, 2015 will live on in St. Louis, Missouri’s history for a very long time. Brother Jesse Muhammad of Houston, Texas was invited by the St. Louis Farrakhan Twitter Army to bring the social media message of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to the city.

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Now with modern equipment…‘The Teachings 2.0’ Volume One | A Review

On 27, Apr 2016 | In Latest News | By BJ Staff

The “conventional wisdom” is that smartphones and http://www.pillsarena.com/male-viagra/ social media applications such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are responsible for youth no longer reading books and a general lack of appreciation for long form journalism.

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