Martha Nailah Williams on the Friday CWSC On-Air Roundtable!

Welcome to the Friday CWSC On-Air Roundtable!

She’s the founder and director of the Florida based KNOW ME / no me Institute committed to empowering youth through faith-based education and with an emphasis on personal development and civic pride. Martha Nailah Williams discusses saving our youth as a 24 hr human developmental process and her Institute’s foundation for learning, based on G-d’s word, Al-Qur”an, the tafsir Imam W. D. Mohammed (ra), the wisdom of elders and the best thereof in leadership skills.

CWSCGeneralRountableMNWAt 9am EST, the Roundtable welcomes Martha Nailah Williams, founder/director of the KNOW ME / no me Institute, CWSC board of directors member and AM360 host. Join AM360’s Roundtable host Mark Shahid and AM360 Executive Producer William Kareem at 9:00 am for a discussion on youth empowerment. 

This week the Roundtable at the intersection of faith and youth leadership & development. Tune in or dial in at (646) 716-4478 and tweet us @CWShuraa on June 5 at 9:00 am EST.

This week’s Roundtable edition is dedicated to American Muslim Pioneers the late Atif & Najiyyah Waajid (ra).

From panel discussions to guest interviews, CWSC’s Roundtable is the place for constructive dialogue on the good things happening and on chronic issues we face, including dealing with the cultural barriers to operational excellence. When you want light and not heat…tune into the CWSC Roundtable!

CWSC Friday Roundtables are an opinion, viewpoints, and perspectives discussion sponsored by the Community Wide Shuraa Conference. Roundtable views expressed by hosts, panelists and guests are not necessarily the official position of the CWSC, Inc.

Click on the image below for an encore presentation of Last Friday’s Roundtable with Genealogist Donald Payton, President of the African American Genealogy Interest Group and former Dallas County Historical Commissioner.


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The CWSC Online Muslim Townhall Central…

CWSC Working SessionCheckout all the new features online at our website. Hover your mouse over Townhall Central to see how CWSC is a favorite spot for all the family as the site expands to include free sharing of national events and announcements and soon insha-Allah, the CWSC Business Plaza to connect merchants with customers…you’ll be able to find any of our businesses in the country right online. Got an announcement to share with the entire community…send program details and contact to and we’ll post it here. Stay tuned!

Apply now for the CWSC Scholarship…

The WMP ScholarshipOr encourage a student to apply for the CWSC Words Make People Leadership & Community Service Scholarship― inspiring tomorrow’s leaders today. Deadline June 20, 2015…$1,000 in scholarship funds!  Complete details and application are right here on the CWSC website….

And now a reminder of your potential impact…

Don’t underestimate the power of your vision to change the world. Whether that world is your office, your community, an industry or a global movement, you need to have a core belief that what you contribute can fundamentally change the paradigm or way of thinking about problems. –Leroy Hood

Check out the CWSC Online Store & Bookshelf…

When you purchase featured titles through our online store or through our partners, you help us fund our operations, promote the intellectual works representing our diverse intelligentsia and encourage greater scholarship for our own education and the broader society’s education. Check out this week’s featured title for our 40th Anniversary:

GONALlGenesis of New American Leadership. Featuring a foreword by Imam Omar Shaheed and afterword by Imam Plemon T. El-Amin, Genesis of New American Leadership: Building the Community Life is one of the most powerful books from the American Muslim perspective since The Autobiography of Malcolm X! It is the text from which organizations in the Association of Imam W. Deen  Mohammed adapted their mission statements…An examination of how millions of American Muslims moved from theocratic autocracy toward true Islamic democracy and the lessons for today’s leaders. Provocative, yet pragmatic, universal yet specific. For Muslims this book is about the genesis of a new responsibility and for non-Muslims, it is about the genesis of a new understanding and acceptance.  FPLLC Qalam Books, English, hardcover, dust jacket, 336p.

“Education is the greatest tool for advancing the society.” We do want to advance our society, don’t we? Are you a part of a society or are you just a part of a Masjid?”―Imam W. Deen Mohammed (ra)

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