By Imam Wahy-ud Deen Shareef,
Masjid Waarith ud Deen at Waris CRDC
(courtesy of www.muslimjournal.net)
IRVINGTON, N.J. – In honor of the Fifth Annual Reflections on the Legacy of Imam W. Deen Mohammed Lecture Series, Masjid Waarith ud Deen of Irvington and Princeton University co-hosted a distinguished lecture by our own Editor of the Muslim Journal, Ayesha K. Mustafaa.
Her presentation was titled “Critical Thinking – Educate a Woman, Educate A Community,” delivered Feb. 20, 2014.
Sis. Ayesha’s enlightening lecture examined the signs, symbols and identities which Imam W. Deen Mohammed, and many other African American leaders who preceded him, have read and interpreted within the society and in the scriptures to bring forward a collective conscience of a more just socio-economic, political and ethical environment in the United States of America.