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Episode for Friday, March 15, 2019 @ 8p EST…

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Imam Qasim Amin Nathari

He’s National Representative for the Islam in America Movement (IAM) and Executive Director, Muslim Empowerment Institute (MEI). Imam Nathari is a critically acclaimed author and lecturer, community activist and leader, and a passionate voice of his generation on the contemporary socio-political challenges of our time. Join us for a discussion on his new book, The State of Islam in Black America.


Edward Ahmed Mitchell, Esq.

Edward Ahmed Mitchell is a civil rights attorney and Director for the Council on American Islamic Relations, Georgia Region. The former criminal prosecutor, Morehouse College and Georgetown Law School Alum is a powerful voice for social justice, religious freedom, and engaged citizenship. He’s also a national talk show host for AM360’s CAIR on Air heard each Wednesday morning @ 11 a.m. EST.


Kariem Hasan

Kariem Hasan as General Manager for the AM360 Radio Network is a senior executive and part of the senior management team responsible for helping lead the #1 Islamic radio station in the nation. He is also a senior advisor to the CWSC. Kariem has held prior leadership and community organizing roles in civic and non-profit faith based institutions in the Cleveland, Ohio Muslim Community. He is also a retired lieutenant and former first responder firefighter.


Episode for Friday, March 8, 2019 @ 8p EST…

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Instructor Benjamin Musheer Bilal discusses his appearance in April’s live presentation of the stage play “Brother Imam”  The life legacy of Wallace D. Mohammed starring Imam Benjamin Musheer Bilal at Masjidullah Plainfield, New Jersey.

Episode for Friday, March 1, 2019 @ 8p EST…

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Vice Chairman Wali Shaheed of Muslims in Memphis Month discusses the March 2019 month-long agenda of events and activities highlighting Islamic history, heritage and contributions during Muslims in Memphis Month.

Dr. W. Marcus Lambert of Weil Cornel Medicine. The scientist and educator, Assistant Professor of Education Research, and Assistant Dean of Diversity to discuss STEM, next generation and millennial leadership.

Episode for Friday, February 22, 2019 @ 8p EST…

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Dr.AmeenaAliDr. Ameena Ali

Dr. Ali is a professional midwife, maternal educator, reproductive, birth and social justice activist and “lactivist,” is a certified doctor of naturopathic care, a Distinguished Lecturer in the CWSC Speakers Bureau,  and host of AM360’s The Birth of Women; she is founder-director of Atlanta-based A Mother’s Peace midwifery outreach attending to the maternal wellness needs of women in crises including indigent, homeless, undocumented, incarcerated, HIV, teen clientele and pregnant domestic violence and sexual assault victims and is engaged in international U.N. services assisting communities in the Republic of the Gambia…


Kariem Beyah

An interview on the Muslim State Conference 2019: Strengthening Our Community Bonds. The Council Of Imams in New Jersey announce the 2019 Muslim State Conference…Exploring the four stages (four birds) of development-Business, education, government and culture in Elizabeth New Jersey.

Episode for Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 8p EST…

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Mohamed Abubakr

Mohamed Abubakr is a Sudanese human rights activist and peacemaker with 15 years civil society experience. Since high school, he has founded and led organizations and initiatives focused on humanitarian, human rights, youth empowerment and peace programs across the Middle East and Africa including in Darfur, Sudan, Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Territories and beyond. Mohamed has also documented, reported and mobilized against human rights abuses. Since arriving in the United States has become a sought after voice at the State Department and in Congress concerning policy and human rights issues in the region.…

Imam and Councilman Alfred Mohammed

Imam Alfred Mohammed is a religious leader and public speaker focusing on the nexus between Bible and Quran, psychoanalysis, historical studies, and African-American social thought. His passion for interfaith discourse has made him a sought-after speaker in faith and civic circles.  He focuses on the inner-city to alleviate poverty, hopelessness and the effects of family destruction and is an elected 4th Ward Councilman for the City of Linden, New Jersey and serves as advisor and spokesperson for the nonprofit The Mosque Cares.


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