Sister Claudette Marie Muhammad, Protocol Director for the Nation of Islam visited Phoenix, AZ on December 27th for a book signing of Memories, her critically acclaimed autobiography. Memories, chronicles the phenomenal life, accomplishments, struggles and triumphs of Ms. Muhammad. In this powerful book, Ms. Muhammad shares her story of overcoming sexual abuse as a young girl by her grandfather, being raped as a young woman and struggling in the 1960’s as a single mom to accomplishing the awards, accolades and recognition she has achieved through the years. Ms. Muhammad was a secretary to Congressman Lionel Van Deerlin (retired D-CA), Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Kerner Commission, Director of Community Affairs for Federal city College, and an Ebony Fashion Fair model. The forward of Memories was written by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. For further information or to order your copy of Memories, call 773-363-6130 or visit claudettememories.com.
Left to right: Phoenix City Councilman Michael Johnson, Student Minister Patrick Muhammad of Muhammad Mosque #32, Nation of Islam Student Protocol Director Claudette Marie Muhammad, Dorrana Stewart Muhammad, assistant to Councilman Johnson.