Brother Minister Quanell X is an American civil rights activist, community leader, and public speaker. His story is a testament to his unwavering dedication to the community. In 1990, he was inspired by the Honorable Minister Farrakhan’s speech and became a spokesperson for the Nation of Islam. His tireless efforts have made him a viral sensation worldwide. Guided by the teachings of the Honorable Minister Farrakhan, Quanell X serves as National Chairman for the New Black Panther Nation, continuing a legacy of fighting for his community and inspiring others to do the same.
Quanell X, whose real name is Quanell Ralph Evans, was born in Los Angeles, California but he grew up in Houston’s Third Ward, a predominantly African American neighborhood. Tragically, in 1992, his brother Quinten Evans was killed in a quadruple homicide. In his brother’s honor, Quanell Evans officially became Quanell X. He’s devoted his life to the peace and wellbeing of his community.
Quanell X first gained national attention in the late 1990s for his strong stance against police brutality and racial injustice, and his outspoken advocacy. He has become one of the most recognizable figures in the United States.
Throughout the years, he’s been involved in a variety of causes, including police brutality, racial profiling, and economic inequality. Quanell X has been praised for his work in bringing attention to important social justice, working towards reducing gang violence and promoting education. He continues to speak out on behalf of marginalized communities and to push for social justice and equality.