JoAnna Boudreaux

Sr. JoAnna Boudreaux earned her Master’s degree in Sociology and is currently a part of the Ph.D program in the Department of Communication and Film  at the University of Memphis. She is also a member of the Memphis chapter of the Sisterhood of Salaam-Shalom. Sr. JoAnna discusses how growing up in Memphis in the 80s influenced her view of racial identity and her desire to explore different beliefs which eventually lead her to Islam’s message of social justice and racial equality. Her Ph.D dissertation will focus on second generation American Muslim mothers. Interviewed by Maryam Taysir Can you briefly introduce yourself? I am JoAnna Boudreaux. I have spent most of my life in Memphis. My fath

Mohammed Faqih

A specialist in Tazkiyah and Adab and premarital and marital counselling with a Bachelor’s in Islamic Studies from the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences, Sheikh Mohammed Ahmed Faqih joins the Memphis community as the Imam of Memphis Islamic Center. Sheikh Faqih talks about the importance of enriching the youth and his plans to work with the youth to produce the future leaders of our community. Interviewed by Naisha Choudhury Can you briefly introduce yourself? بسم الله الحمد لله والصلاة والسلام على رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم My name is Mohammed Ahmed Faqih. Faqih is the family name; it was the official title of my great-grandfather who was a scholar in the Shafi’i school of jurispr

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