As salaam alaikum, Last month a close friend of the family named “Pops” passed away. Devastated by the news I offered to write an original poem in celebration of his life. After the performance I was approached by Brother Paul Muhammad who extended me an invitation to visit the MOSQUE. As a African american women living in America it’s important for me to research intentional misguided information provided to me regarding religions. I was humbley blessed and educated by the lesson provided by the special guest speaker from New Jersey who titled his Powerful message “Life After Death” honoring the late great Notorious BIG aka Biggie Smalls. I was so enlightened I took notes and asked to share a poem afterwards titled “The Black Man Has a Weapon” it was well received by the brothers and sisters at the MOSQUE located in Brooklyn New York. It was a family affair they welcomed me with opened arms I felt safe, respected and protected and looking forward to my next visit. I encourage us all to do your own research regarding religion there is a common thread of unity, love, support and respect for all especially African American women which is highly important and neccessary.
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