COVID-19 Spurs Giving For Detroit’s African-American Muslim Institutions
This article details three African-American, Detroit based Muslim institutions and their relief and donation efforts for those suffering from COVID-19. The three organizations are the Historic Masjid Wali Muhammad, the Muslim Center Mosque and Community Center, and Dar Al-Rahma. C.R.I.T.E.R.I.O.N Urban Farms, along with co-founders Na‘im Muslim Sabir and Omar AbdulKhaaliq are featured in the article. Dar Al-Rahma leader, Shaykh Abdulkarim Yayha, owner of Khalipha’s Katering, Khalipha Kane, community activist and member of the Dar Al-Rama, Jabril Abdul-Nur Ahmad, and community leader Zarinah El-Amin are featured in the article.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Perkins, Alisa and The Muslim Observer, "COVID-19 Spurs Giving For Detroit’s African-American Muslim Institutions" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender. 74.