The Sulayman Nyang Lecture Series on Islam in Africa opens at Howard University


Imam Talib M. Shareef, USAF-Retired

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Feb. 15, 2017, during African American History Month, was the chosen date for Howard University's Department of African Studies inaugural opening of The Sulayman Nyang Lecture Series on Islam in Africa.
This series was created to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Nyang in scholarship and understanding. The Nyang Lecture series is a part of the African Studies Palaver series, which is a program of the African Studies Department and the Center for African Studies.
The Palaver Series are year-long lectures, discussions related to Africa, bringing together prominent scholars and public servants, in collaboration with various institutions and university departments... Read Feb. 24, 2017's Issue Here.

With Dr. Nyang (seated) (front left to right) are Dr. Mohamed Camara, Dr. Mbye Cham – former Chair of Department of African Studies at Howard University, Ambassador Sheikh Omar Faye and Imam Talib Shareef.


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