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Ashahed M. Muhammad

Ashahed M. Muhammad is the Assistant Editor of The Final Call, the most widely circulated independent Black weekly in the United States. His interviews and writings are widely read by those looking for balanced information and alternative viewpoints.

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Jesse Muhammad is a Staff Writer for The Final Call and has received rave reviews for his coverage of stories that the mainstream media tends to overlook. He is credited with bringing national and international attention to the historic case of the "Jena Six". He is also a motivational speaker with over a decade of experience speaking to diverse audiences across the country.

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Jesse Muhammad

Charlene Muhammad is the National Correspondent for The Final Call.

Mrs. Muhammad's media background includes magazine editing and radio production, broadcasting and news writing. She is the founder, host and executive producer of "Liberated Sisters," a weekly talk radio program which airs every Saturday (1-1:30 PST) on 90.7 FM/KPFK Radio in Los Angeles, California.

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Charlene Muhammad

Askia Muhammad is Senior Correspondent for The Final Call newspaper. In 1996, 1997, and 1998 he reported from more than 50 countries on six continents during three World Friendship Tours led by Minister Louis Farrakhan, Publisher of The Final Call. He is also News Director at WPFW-FM, Pacifica Radio in Washington, DC.

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Askia Muhammad

Nisa Islam Muhammad is a senior staff writer for The Final Call and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Ms. Muhammad is a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County and studied journalism at Howard University. She has also written for Newsday, the Washington Informer, Azizah Magazine and

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Nisa Islam Muhammad