Interview with Mosque #7 Attendee!

Have you ever wondered what it was like to hear Malcolm X speak live? Check out my exclusive interview with brother Abdullah who heard the powerful voice of Malcolm X at rallies and Mosque #7 in Harlem, New York. He provides us not only with up-close insights about Malcolm X but also former heavy Muhammad Ali,whose home he visited. As a Pan-Africanist who later moved to Senegal after the assassination of Malcolm X, brother Abdullah gives key insights for how we must begin to unify and combat the enduring colonialism in Africa.


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About Hakeem Muhammad

Hakeem Muhammad is a Black Muslim Public Intellectual, Public Interest Law Fellow at Northeastern Law School, and Educator at Muslim Empowerment Institute (MEI). Muhammad’s scholarship is dedicated to Islamic revival in the black community. He believes that Islam must be restored to having the transformative effect in once had in mitigating the social ills of Black America. Muhammad has previously worked in the African-American Male Initiative working to increase the college retention rates of Black Male students. He has also taught political philosophy for Harvard Debate Council and Cal Speech and Debate Camp at U. C Berkeley. Muhammad is also the author of the forthcoming book, “The Significance of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to the Entire Muslim Ummah.”