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Freedom Now: Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin

Imam Jamil Al-Amin, formerly H Rap Brown, was one of the most dominant, fearless, and enduring figures of the Black Freedom Struggle of the 1960s and 1970s in the United States. That era of American history produced some of the most remarkable social justice figures of the 20th century that included among others Malcolm X, Imam Jamil, Muhammad Ali, Dr. …


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The intersection of white supremacy in targeting Black and Asian Americans

The recent killing of Daunte Wright and the targeted shooting towards Asian Americans in Atlanta, GA have built upon existing conversations of the intersections of white supremacy and institutional racism. Although mainstream media perpetuates stereotypes about Black Americans and Asian Americans, the former being violent and the latter being a model minority, the larger context is understanding how white supremacy …


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ICNA CSJ Applauds the Conviction of Derek Chauvin

04/20/2021- Washington, DC ICNA Council for Social Justice applauds the conviction of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who murdered George Floyd last May. This is a historic demonstration of justice, and while we welcome the progress that has been made, we are reluctant to call this a success of the system. We urgently call upon our lawmakers to pass …