The 75-year-old is scheduled to make a speech on that topic Sunday at Mosque Maryam, the Chicago-based movement's headquarters.
The address is called "America's New Beginning: President-elect Barack Obama."
Farrakhan has praised Obama and publicly supported his bid for the White House, which Obama's campaign quickly denounced.
In February, Farrakhan called Obama the "hope of the entire world" that the U.S. will change for the better at a Chicago Saviours' Day event.
Obama rejected Farrakhan's support because of past comments the minister has made that many have considered offensive.