Commonly found in many Black Muslim households, this Qur’an stand was owned by Imam Warith Deen Mohammed in 1975.
This flier is for a speaking event by Minister Louis Farrakhan in Queens, New York, in 1973.
This is a sign for the International Trades Division of the Nation of Islam (NOI), which by the mid-1970s, was importing thousands of pounds of whiting fish from Peru.
These wooden prayer beads belonged to Suliaman El-Hadi, a member of the pioneering spoken word group The Last Poets.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wore this jersey when he played for the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1970s.
In 1969, Bobby 6X Jones received this diploma upon successfully completing eighth grade at the Muhammad University of Islam (MUI), part of the network of primary and secondary schools operated by the Nation of Islam (NOI).
This egg carton is from Muslim Farms, Inc., part of the network of commercial farms owned and operated by the Nation of Islam (NOI) in the 1960s and ‘70s.
This double-sided folded leaflet outlines the aims and objectives of the Organization of Afro-American Unity, Inc. (OAAU), founded by Malcolm X in 1964.