“Every Thursday” will feature leading people of creativity and/or ideas of leadership throughout their work.
Meet Naim Shah Sr. a person of leadership, fatherhood, and community. A statesman who strengthens the next person, using a confident voice and a disposition of respect. He will not ask of you anything he cannot or will not do himself. Urban communities have Men and Women whose name and narrative are symbols of strength and he is part of that Urban American Legacy. Living a way of life, that innately nurture men and women into an upright position of human excellence. An OG (Original Good Guy), a pioneer and settler in movements of sustainability; in order for men and women can function with dignity.
NAIM SHAH accepted the teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad in 1964. From 1964 until 1975, Shah functioned as Squad Leader, Second Lt., First Lt. and West Coast Regional Captain. In 1975, under the leadership of Imam W. D. Mohammed, Shah became regional consultant for the Blight Arrest and Pioneer Patrol program. Shah received a B.A. in Black Studies with a minor in Sociology from Cal State Long Beach. (USC/CRCC)
“Fostering unity is the key to improving the standard of Muslim life in America. Faith is a natural immunity from corruption and injustice. Today, we are comprising our faith by not fostering more unity in the community. Unity will improve our relationship with our Creator and each other; So my message is simple, “Work for …Unity! Work for Unity!”
In closing, being disruptive is not just an adjective; but a word that describes creativity and taking action where there is no leadership. Naim Shah Sr. is a Disruptive Leader in the community and on Create-A-Voice “Every Thursday. ” Next week it might be you, #createavoice people!
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