Black Muslim

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Black Muslim

n.
A member of the Nation of Islam.
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Black′ Mus′lim


n.
a member of the Nation of Islam.
[1955–60]
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Noun1.Black Muslim - an activist member of a largely American group of Blacks called the Nation of Islam
Nation of Islam - a group of militant Black Americans who profess Islamic religious beliefs and advocate independence for Black Americans
activist, militant - a militant reformer
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One such, Edward Curtis, the Millennium Chair of liberal Arts and Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University, dwells, in his book, The Call of Bilal: Islam in the African Diaspora (2016) on 'the historical figure' that became the first muezzin in Islam, whose rise from slavery 'inspire Muslims of African descent to reclaim their heritage and to play a legitimate role as moral leaders for Muslims worldwide'.
One such, Edward Curtis, the Millennium Chair of liberal Arts and Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University, dwells, in his book, The Call of Bilal: Islam in the African Diaspora (2016) on "the historical figure" that became the first muezzin in Islam, whose rise from slavery "inspire Muslims of African descent to reclaim their heritage and to play a legitimate role as moral leaders for Muslims worldwide".
The Call of Bilal: Islam in the African Diaspora (University of North Carolina Press, 2014, pp.240; 6 halftones, notes, bibl., index; ISBN: 1469618117) by Edward E.