By Bayyinah S. Jeffries
A state Can upward thrust No better Than Its Women replaces the common portrait of the subservient and beside the point African American Muslim lady with a much more actual photograph in their fundamental management and monstrous contributions to the increase of Islam and black attention within the self-determination move within the usa and past through the Civil Rights-Black energy era.
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