“It is important that we begin to tell our story and highlight our victorious legacy. Too many of our stories are rewritten and redistributed by people who do not look like us. Our culture now serves as the basis for Global Pop Culture and can be seen around the world. I want to share with the world that we come from a legacy of winners who have survived what many would have deemed impossible. And House Museums are a wonderful way to share our culture with the world,” says Sajdah Wendy…
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Urban Historic Preservation of the Former Home of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad
Chicago, IL, January 18, 2022 –(PR.com)– Urban Historic Preservation is on the rise in urban cities throughout America. African Americans around the United States are preserving their history through the development of House Museums. Preservationist, business and real estate developer Sajdah Wendy Muhammad is one of the vanguards of this new movement to use place-based education to tell the stories of the everyday lives of African Americans.