“Not only was he a father, a brother, a uncle, he was so important to our community and so important to the youth development today,” said Lakesha Muhammad of Atlanta, who organized a function honoring Nation of Islam pioneers in 2017 called “Still Standing” that included Min. Rahman.
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IN MEMORIAM: The Life, Faith & Work of Abdul Rahman Muhammad

NNPA NEWSWIRE — The world lost a giant with the transition of Abdul Rahman Aquil Muhammad, who was a legend in the res-urrection and restoration of Black life in America. Men, women and children hurt over his death, but celebrated the life of the Nation of Islam minister who died April 22 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was 87 years old. […read more]

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