#AskFarrakhan Social Media Town Hall – Submit Your Question
The HBCU Digest is proud to serve as a media partner for the upcoming social media event, the ‘Ask Farrakhan’ Social Media National Town Hall taking place on Sept. 26 in Chicago. This town hall will allow people from around the world to engage with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, one of the most prominent and controversial black activists in American history.
Speaking out on subjects such as education, foreign affairs, politics, youth culture, hip-hop and more, Min. Farrakhan and the NOI are reaching out to a number of outlets with extensive reach in black culture to serve as media members of this historic event. As the Digest reports on and advocates for HBCU culture, it’s my privilege to serve as a question curator for this event.
Do you have a question for the Minister? Leave it in the comment section of this post. Your question may be read live on the streaming broadcast and answered by Min. Farrakhan himself. If providing your question by Twitter or Facebook, feel free to use the hashtag #AskFarrakhan as a part of your response.
This town hall is a unique and much-needed national discussion on important issues in Black communities nationwide, and a discussion that deserves questions on the role and future of historically black colleges and universities. I invite you to take part in this historic event by leaving a question in the comment section below – and I look forward to reading and submitting your thoughts in Chicago on Sept. 26.