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By Dawud Walid, Al-Madina Institute, Paperback, 75 pages
This book provides guidance to Muslims in the West regarding engagement in social justice activism from an Islamic perspective.
It elaborates on topics such as what defines justice, the difference between allies and coalitions, principled engagement with the LGBTQ community, and steps for achieving spiritual self-care.
About the author:
Dawud Walid is an imam in the Metropolitan Detroit area and is a senior fellow at the Auburn Seminary based in New York City. He is also co-author of the previously released book entitled Centering Black Narrative: Black Muslim Nobles Among the Early Pious Muslims.
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