In this edition of Radio Islam we open the episode with a quick reflection on Dr. Bambade Shakoor-Abdullah's impact on Chicago's activist community and how that impact was visible in the diversity of people present at her Janaza (funeral) prayer.
We get the show going with Radio Islam Host Tariq El-Amin and Assistant Producer " The Impressive One" Ibrahim Baig offering their thoughts on the results of the special Senate election in Alabama, where Republican--Roy Moore was narrowly defeated by Democrat--Doug Jones.
In the second half of the show, we talk with Margari Aziza Hill, Co-founder & Co-Director of Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (ARC). We talk with Margari about the mission of Muslim ARC, the intersections of Race and Religion, how Muslim ARC educates for liberation and some of the challenges in their work. Margari also shares some of their current initiatives and talks about how Muslim ARC has made itself part of the Physical community of Detroit with its Muslim ARC House.
You can find out more about Muslim ARC at www.muslimarc.org and support their Muslim ARC House at detroit.muslimarc.org/
Guest- Margari Aziza Hill
Host & Producer- Tariq I. El-Amin
Engineer- Ibrahim Baig
Executive Producer- Abdul Malik Mujahid
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Executive Producer: Abdul Malik Mujahid
Host(s): Tariq I El-Amin