Islam, Slavery and the African
Abdullah Hakim Quick
Spoken Word · 1997
African History As Part of the Mainstream Curriculum
Stereotyping In Hollywood
Defining Islam: A Universal Religion
Monotheism or Polytheism In Ancient Africa?
The Concept of Slavery
The Root of "Racial" Slavery
Slavery In Prophet Muhammad's Time (P)
Muslim Slaves Who Resisted Oppression
Q&A: How Does Islam Resist Present-Day Slavery?
Q&A: Dealing With Authentic Historical Sources
Q&A: Slave Trade In East Africa Today?
Q&A: Race Used As a Tool to Divide People
Q&A: Haitians and Their Connection to Islam Through Africa?
Q&A: Were Non-Europeans Involved In the Slave Trade?
Q&A: How Islam Dealt With Slavery
Q&A: Did the C.I.A. and Government Introduce Drugs Into the African-American Community? (+ Previews)
16 Songs, 1 Hour, 48 Minutes
July 10, 1997
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