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WMP on: The Benefits of Islamic Leaders Having Local Political Connectedness

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Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE (WMP) on Sunday March 18, 2018 from 1-3 p.m. EST as we discuss “Benefits of Islamic Leaders Having Local Political Connectedness" with the American Coalition of Good Government team leaders Khadijah Muhammad, Judge David Shaheed, and Fleming El-Amin.

The American Coalition of Good Government was established in 1997 after a landmark address by Imam W. Deen Mohammed, on community responsibility. The event took place in Charlotte, North Carolina and was well attended by Muslim elected officials and political leaders.

Since that time this organization has been instrumental in involving GOOD PEOPLE of many religions, backgrounds and affiliations in the process of promoting good government.


WORDS MAKE PEOPLE show today (03-18-2018) is to engage our guest on:

  1. The history, the Mission and Vision of the ACGG.
  2. The importance of imams to known by all of their local political representatives on a first name basis.
  3. The importance of imams and mosques leaders to be knowledgeable of local community activities, plans, and events.
  4. The importance of imams having a connectedness with their communities and with the decision makers in their respective locales.
  5. What does Islam say about the responsibilities of Islamic leadership being socially involved?
  6. How can people get involved with the ACGG?


Join in on this show by calling 714 816-4673 (to speak to the host press 1) or listen online at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2018/03/18/wmp-on-the-benefits-of-islamic-leaders-having-local-political-connectedness