To celebrate this fourth day of Ramadan, a wise voice that helps us recall a silent history within the United States. Allee Ramadhan was born a Muslim in the U.S. more than 65 years ago. Growing up black and Muslim meant, as he puts it, having three strikes against him before he got to bat. The father of 11 children, he recently retired as a federal prosecutor and lives in New York.
Check back on this blog each day or on our Facebook page to hear a new voice in our “Revealing Ramadan” series. If you’re the on demand type or simply need a more automated form of listening, we’ve produced a special podcast feed that’s available now. Oh, and a special show too!