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“A.S.A.P.” Book Release a Big Success

Friday July 25th was the “due date” for the birth of Deric Muhammad’s first book, “A.S.A.P.” (A Street Activist’s Perspective). As anticipated, a groundswell of support for this project and it’s author made itself manifest at Aunt Bea’s Restaurant, where the gathering was held. Family, friends and community came “out of the woodwork” to show […]


“A.S.A.P.” Book Signing-Friday July 25th

  A.S.A.P. – A Street Activist’s Perspective is Deric Muhammad’s very first self-published book. It is a compilation of soul-stirring opinion editorials that cover a number of issues plaguing the Black community. He addresses social, political, cultural, spiritual and economic issues in a way that is reflective of his position as a street activist. This is […]

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Brother Deric Addresses the “Knockout Game”

Religious and community leaders outraged by last week’s so-called knockout game incident gathered Sunday to call for an end to racially motivated violence. “It’s an assault,” activist Deric Muhammad said Sunday. “It’s a crime against an innocent person.” Religious and community leaders, primarily from the black community, crowded around Muhammad in the Houston office of […]