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Honoring the Life and Legacy of Imam Muhammad Siddeeq

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Join WORDS-MAKE-PEOPLE on Sunday July 28, 2019 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) as we discuss "HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF IMAM MUHAMMAD SIDDEEQ"

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The life and travels of Muhammad Siddeeq, the former Clark Moore began in Pittsburg, PA in the famous “Hill District” that also produced the likes of jazz artist George Benson. He graduated from Schenley High School and earned his BS degree from the University of Pennsylvania and he has done graduate studies at Howard University.

Muhammad Siddeeq bought to Indianapolis a spirit and zeal that has forever transformed the social, political and religious landscape of our city and state as he quickly involved the local Muslims in community outreach. As a fighter for justice, without hesitation he head-on took up issues and social causes that traditionally were conveniently ignored or overlooked by city leaders within and without of the African American community. These fights for justice earned him new friends and enemies but above all – across the board – these struggles garnered him honor and respect from all walks of life that covered multiple generations, races and religions.

Imam Siddeeq was well known in the Muslim country all over the USA. We invite you to call in and share  your memory of our Brother Imam Muhammad Siddeeq.