Quanell X In September 1990, Quanell’s life was forever changed when he heard a speech by the Honorable Minister Farrakhan at Sam Houston Coliseum. Not long after, he became a spokesman for the Nations of Islam. During his tenure, Quanell found his brother Quinten Evans dead in a quadruple homicide in his Sunnyside apartment complex in 1992. Quanell Evans officially became Quanell X and devoted his life, in his brother’s honor—to the peace and wellbeing of his community.
While upholding his position as the National Youth Spokesman from 1990-1995, Quanell X became Administrative Assistant to then State Representative, Ron Wilson in 1994. Quanell also served as the national spokesman for platinum recording rap group, “The Geto Boys” from 1992-1995. Many hip hop artists have sampled his speeches and television interviews on their rap albums along with their rap videos.
In August 2009, three men were charged with capital murder of Quanell’s brother, Quinten and the three other men who were murdered in cold blood that fateful day at that Sunnyside apartment complex.
Quanell is the only Houston activist that has gone viral 12 times with over 275 million views on YouTube and is now the leader of the New Black Panther Nation headquartered in Houston, Texas.
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