February 27, 2010
Saviours' Day 2010 Keynote Address
to be carried live via webcast
Live webcast will begin on Sunday Feb. 28th at 1:30pm CST @ NOI.org/Webcast
Chicago, IL (NOI.org) -- The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will deliver the keynote address to close the Nation of Islam's annual Saviours' Day convention on Sunday February 28, 2010 from Chicago's United Center.
The live webcast feed will be available @ http://www.noi.org/webcast/ starting at 1:30pm Central Time and will require a $5.00 donation. The Minister's subject will be "The Time and What Must Be Done."
"I intend in my Saviours' Day address to provide Divine warning and guidance from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad to the Black community to the American people and to our brother, President Barack Obama," said Min. Farrakhan. "It is critical that everyone understand the time in which we live so that we can act in the manner that could save our lives," he continued.
Established in 1930, this year's convention marks the 80th year of the Nation of Islam's service to the oppressed and down trodden in North America. Each year, to also commemorate the birth of Master W. Fard Muhammad--the founder of the Nation of Islam--members, world leaders, celebrities, and supporters from all walks of life make the journey to Chicago to attend the annual assembly.
The weekend of events equips attendees with the necessary tools to forge self-improvement, community empowerment and global change. Much attention is also being placed on the current disaster in Haiti where Min. Farrakhan has already been marshalling aid and assistance efforts from the Black community.
Webcast notes and requirements:
- Live audio/video feed begins @ 1:30pm CST
- Access page: http://www.noi.org/webcast/
- Donation: $5.00 per viewer
- Webcast requires Windows PC with Windows Media Player
- Additional notes, FAQ and technical-support options @ NOI.org/webcast/