First Annual Black American Muslim Conference


The Lamppost Education Initiative is pleased to announce the launching of our First Annual Black American Muslim Conference (BAMC)! The conference will be held on the weekend of March 17-18, 2018, at the Institute of Knowledge, 1009 Via Sorella in Diamond Bar, California  91789 which is about 30 minutes from Los Angeles.
The aim of this conference is to particularize and focus on the concerns, plight, and future of Islam in Black America. With special panel discussions and lectures, the BAMC will address issues faced especially by the African American Muslim community as well as issues we all face together.

This Conference is open to everyone, welcoming all!

Issues related to marriage, economics, incarceration, education, and the condition of African-American masajids will be explored by some of the foremost scholars and Islamic teachers in America.

Confirmed Attendees:
Dr. Sherman Jackson, Imam Zaid Shakir, Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali, Imam Fode Drame, Ustadha Ieasha Prime, Dr. Rudolph Bilal Ware, Dr. Aminah McCloud, Imam Dawud Walid, Imam Marc Manley, Ustadh Ubaydullah Evans, Imam Jihad Saafir, Imam Talib Abdur-Rashid, and many more

Online Registration is closed. If you have not registered you can pay at the door

For special updates, hotel information and more please visit our new conference website:

Reserve your spot early!! Take a look at some of the bios of our scholars who are confirmed for the conference!

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See below for a complete listing of speakers, panels, and lectures at this historic event:
The 2018 Black American Muslim conference


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