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Mansa Bilal Mark King


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[Members of the women's auxiliary of the Black Muslims, in their religious dress of white headdresses and gowns, take part in their annual convention in Chicago on 26 February 1972. Image via Associated Press]

[This article is part of a six-person roundtable entitled “African American Muslims and the Black Freedom Struggle.” Click here for the introduction by Lindsey Stephenson and links to responses by Zareena Grewal, Abbas Barzegar, Mansa Bilal Mark King, Aminah B. McCloud, and Sohail Daulatzai. The initial question posed to the roundtable participants was: African American Muslims have been involved in the black freedom struggle for over a century, however their participation ...

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Mansa Bilal Mark King


Mansa Bilal Mark King (Formerly - Mark A. King) is an assistant professor of sociology at Morehouse College. He has published research on Muslims in West African families, father-figures in African-American families, and racial disparities in education. His upcoming publications will focus on marriage in Muslim America and strategies for overcoming racial tensions in the United States.