Nation of Islam Minister Eric Muhammad (L) and his wife Jonae Muhammad enjoy the celebrations at the Millions More Movement in Washington, DC Saturday 15 October 2005. EPA/Chris Greenberg.
What does it mean to be an African-American Muslim in 2013? Fifty years ago, Islam in the US was laid against the backdrop of racial segregation, led by the likes of Malcolm X and Elijah Mohammed. But today things have changed, with Muslim influence represented in pop culture like the hip-hop music industry. Join The Stream as we go in-depth to talk about how the community has evolved.