In 2007, Dr. Toni Muhammad established Vanguard Educational Services, a not for profit community outreach ministry organized for charitable, educational, religious and scientific purposes that focuses on self-improvement as the basis for community development with an emphasis on entrepreneurial, technical and vocational training. Dr. Toni Muhammad serves as Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Louisiana Lafayette. She is the Director of the Sociology Community Internship Program -Success Bound: Mentoring High School Students Towards College Success and Coordinator of the African American Studies Minor. Her areas of teaching, research and expertise include social class and social stratification, race and ethnicity, black studies, black women in American history, sociology of religion and multiculturalism. Her current research agenda includes religion and race in America, Distance Learning in Higher Education, Fostering Critical Thinking through Sociological Internships and Sustainable Community Food Systems. She is the creator of the National Black Woman’s Heritage Month
The legacy of the American black women is such that it must be recognized as distinct and culturally significant to the advancement of the black community and the American Society. Therefore to designate a time to recognize, reflect and remember black women is necessary and relevant to "when and where we enter" because it celebrates the mother of civilization and dignifies her contributions to human and humankind.
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