Taymullah Abdur-Rahman

Taymullah Abdur-Rahman is a program associate at Facing History and Ourselves' New England office.

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: 50 Years Worth of Lessons From a Giant

Posted by Taymullah Abdur-Rahman on January 9, 2017

As a 12-year-old African American boy fresh off the influence of Malcolm X’s autobiography, I didn't always appreciate the ethical stock of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I remember watching a news report about his birthday and remarking, to the dismay of my mother that, "Martin Luther King was a sell-out."  

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Topics: Civil Rights Movement, Civil Rights, Community, Judgement and Legacy, Social Justice, reflection

Our Own Great Witnessing: An American Muslim's Reflection on 9/11

Posted by Taymullah Abdur-Rahman on September 11, 2016

 

Fifteen years after the attacks on September 11, Facing History's New England Program Associate, Taymullah Abdur-Rahman, reflects on how he came to terms with the attacks and their aftermath as an American Muslim. 

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Topics: September 11, Identity, Holocaust, global terrorism, We and They

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