1. Under the name "The Charmer", Louis Farrakhan released a few calypso records and even had some hits that made the charts.
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3. At the age of 21, in 1955, Louis Farrakhan was taken by a friend to hear Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam.
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4. Louis Farrakhan is a leader of one branch of the Nation of Islam, more popularly known as the Black Muslims.
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6. Louis Farrakhan became known to the American public through a series of controversies that began during the 1984 presidential campaign of the Rev Jesse Jackson, whom Farrakhan supported.
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20. Louis Farrakhan threatened to sue the National Park Service because of the low estimate from the Park Police.
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21. In 1985, Louis Farrakhan obtained working capital in the amount of $5 million, in the form of an interest-free loan from Libya's Islamic Call Society.
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22. Louis Farrakhan made substantial changes to the organization in the late 1970s, taking most members into a closer relationship with traditional Islam, and renaming the group "World Community of Islam in the West", and eventually the American Society of Muslims, to indicate the apparent change.
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23. Louis Farrakhan made numerous incendiary statements about Malcolm X, contributing to what was called a "climate of vilification.
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24. Louis Farrakhan completed three years at Winston-Salem Teachers College, where he had a track scholarship.
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25. Louis Farrakhan received his first violin at the age of six, and by the time he was 13 years old he had played with the Boston College Orchestra and the Boston Civic Symphony.
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