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African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church and The Harlem Renaissance | Perspectives

Host Daren Jaime speaks to Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Rev. Malcolm J. Byrd about the Harlem Renaissance along with the history of Mother African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. For more information on BronxNet visit us at- https://bronxnet.org/ Follow us on Facebook at- https://www.facebook.com/BronxNetTV Follow us on Twitter at- https://twitter.com/BronxnetTV Follow us on Instagram at- https://www.instagram.com/bronxnettv Follow us…

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Imam of Harlem: On Being Black & Muslim in America | #BHeard

For over twenty years, Imam Talib ‘Abdur-Rashid has ran Harlem’s Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood (MIB); and for twenty years he has provided a religious sanctuary for its predominantly African-American congregation, who have increasingly felt the weight of being both Muslim and black in America. African-Americans make up the largest segment of Muslims living in the…

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