Muhammad Ali and the Carceral International: Sohail Daulatzai’s BLACK STAR, CRESCENT MOON, Chapters 4 and 5

Black Star, Crescent Moon explores Muhammad Ali’s legacy and impact in popular culture and politics in the United States. Unlike Malcolm X, whose political, intellectual, and spiritual development was cut short due to his untimely martyrdom, Muhammad Ali has continued to grow in the decades since X’s death.
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Who is the Muslim International? Looking at Sohail Daulatzai’s BLACK STAR, CRESCENT MOON, Chapters 1 and 2

Black Star, Crescent Moon explores the intellectual and physical connections that militant and radical Blacks in the United States were drawing to anti-colonial struggles for independence in the third world. Understanding the implications of these connections in the past elucidates what these efforts for unity between dark-skinned people mean for us today.
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