Montage: To Be A Muslim

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A KTVU Montage program from July 18th 1977 in which producer Johnny Barnes Selvin looks at the lives of Bay Area Muslims, featuring local media's first ever access to Mosque #77 in Oakland. Includes scenes of: Muslims being searched before attending the Friday Juma Prayer meeting at Mosque #77; Imam Muhammad Abdullah discussing his background and the philosophy of the late Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his son the Honorable Wallace D. Muhammad; Fakeem Shuaibe and Yolanda Shuaibe sharing their experience of living as Muslims since 1972; a visit to Your Black Muslim Bakery and interviews with owner Yusuf Bey and employees Shamsun Bey and Muhammad Saleem; the wedding ceremony of Charles and Cheryl Fareed at Mosque #77 and reflections on how the teachings of the Honorable Wallace D. Muhammad are leading American Muslims in a new direction, encouraging more active involvement in U.S. society. Executive Producer on this program was Ian Zellick. Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.

Originally aired on
KTVU
Date aired
7/18/1977
Recording medium
3/4-inch Umatic videotape
29:01
Rights for this video belong to
Fox Television Stations, LLC/KTVU
Type of material
special interest program
Identifier
JBS10
Views
2001

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Thanks for making this public. I am curious, are there any additional interviews with Imam Muhammad Abdullah or Imam W.D.Mohammed in your archives?

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