by Khadir Muhammad and Khadijah Muhammad
Student Minister Demetric Muhammad of Mosque No. 55 in Memphis is a member of the Nation of Islam Research Group, and an author of 15 books. He strives to focus his ministry on the defense of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan against the false claims of our enemies and on the pastoral care of the believers.
Student Minister Demetric has been speaking in various cities around the country on the general theme of “Un-Smiting The Shepherd: The Vindication of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Strong Black Leadership,” which is the title of his most recent book.
He visited the student laborers of Mosque No. 66 in Jacksonville, Fla., where he delivered a weekend seminar around the subject of “Defending Farrakhan.” He participated in an outreach event at the annual Harlem Week celebration with Mosque No. 7 in New York.
Student Minister Demetric was introduced to legendary hip hop “fashion godfather” Dapper Dan and was gifted a copy of his new book. Dapper Dan shared his extensive history and how he drew inspiration from the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s Teachings, with Student Minister Demetric.
The Memphis-based student minister also met with a group of teenagers at the 4 King Artful Studio in Patterson, New Jersey, and program coordinator Christina Pagan. He spoke to the youth group about the importance of history and the knowledge of self. The youth group was gifted a copy of Student Demetric’s book, “Manhood Principles from the Holy Qur’an.”
Student Southwest Regional Minister Abdul Haleem Muhammad invited Student Minister Demetric to speak in Houston for a two-day “Spiritual Bootcamp” where he delivered a Saturday seminar on the Defense of Point No. 12 and a Sunday lecture titled, “The Threat of Black on Black Love.”
To contact Student Minister Demetric Muhammad to invite him to your city, email: [email protected].