Multifaith Scholar JoyceLyn Bentley ‘22, guest speakers to commemorate the legacy of Imam W.D. Mohammed with symposium

Bentley and distinguished Imams will present remarks to celebrate the legacy of the influential American Muslim leader.

Multifaith Scholar, JoyceLyn Bentley ’22, will present at the symposium.

The Center for the Study of Religion, Culture and Society and Muslim Life at Elon invite the Elon community to attend the Honoring the Legacy Symposium on Thursday, March 10, at 6 p.m. in McBride Gathering Space of Numen Lumen Pavilion.

The event will celebrate the legacy of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed, a distinguished Muslim leader known for reforming the Nation of Islam (NOI) and forging ties with mainstream Muslim communities across the US.

Symposium presenters include Multifaith Scholar JoyceLyn Bentley ‘22, Imam Abdul Hafeez Waheed, the first Muslim Chaplain of Duke University, and Imam Salahuddin Muhammad of Raleigh’s As Salaam Islamic Center.

For more information, please contact Associate Chaplain, Imam Shane Atkinson: