Mother of the Nation

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Book I of the life of Sister Clara Muhammad (1930-1972), provides a panoramic view of the 20th century Civil Rights struggle and the racial and religious transformation taking place in the U.S. Born in Georgia, in 1899, Clara Evans experienced the violence and injustices of the Jim Crow South. She was an extraordinary woman who supported two giants int he history of American Islam, her husband Elijah Muhammad and her son, Warith Deen Mohammed. Without her, there would not have been a Nation of Islam or the unique community that evolved from it.