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Please Visit Our Websites: www.scms-alumniassoc.org.

https://cmsnaasinternationalwomensconf.godaddysites.com

Visit our Face book page and group: UOI CMS WDMHS. Muhammad/Mohammed School National Alumni Assosciation. CMS NAA. SCMS National Alumni Association. CMS Naional Alumni Association. UOI & CMS National Alumni Association.

Membership Drive: For the Next 6 Months our NAA Memberhip Drive is in full swing. You may purchase your membership from this site (discounted) or from the NAA website. All Purchases and Donations Are Tax Deductible.

We will provide Host Hotel and Discount Room Rates soon. Room Reservations for Friday and Saturday is suggested. Sunday morning (10:30-1pm), the NAA will host our Annual Alumni Meeting (late afternoon flights out recommended). The Dallas African American Museum is open on Saturday and Sunday, also downtown tours, a scavenger hunt and other attractions as well as a vibrant night life.

FYI: When the National Alumni Association (NAA) host's an National Alumni Reunion, the reunion location must currently have or had in the past a Muhammad-Mohammed School. Please note, the NAA SOS Campaign offers support to communities interested in starting a Consortium School.

Dallas Texas as the Host for our 2018 Alumni Reunion was motivated by the recent 2017 Hurricane Season.

We would like to support Texas and the Dallas community by spending our dollars there and encouraging others. Masjid Al-Islam in Dallas has a 67 Year Consistency Legacy and An Active Building Fund, let us support their efforts. CMS NAA Disclaimer: $10 from every Reunion Ticket will be donated to the Super Complex Building Fund of Masjid Al-Islam – Dalla,Texas.

History Snapshot

  • 1950’s – Muslims, members of the Nation of Islam either migrate or are sent to Texas by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad to spread Islam gradually through the 60s and into the 70s.
  • At least 3 Nation of Islam Temple #48s are started and finally one takes root on Flora Ave. in downtown Dallas.
  • The community grows on the backs of the Muslim pioneers’ hard and continuous work for “Freedom, Justice and Equality”. Pioneers with at least 30 years of service began to attract citizens “in all walks of life” through radio advertisements and the Muhammad Speaks newspaper. Simple staples such as whiting fish, sardines, eggs, bean pies were sold to generate income for the Headquarters Nation of Islam headquarters in Chicago and local development.
  • 1960s – The turbulence in the general society, war, assassinations, protests, racial unrest and other ails began to fracture the solid Nation of Islam culture.
  • 1970s – Temple #48 is moved to the heart of South Dallas just south of downtown on Forest Ave. Veteran leaders such as Isaiah Karriem, Yusuf Shah and Lee G. Bilal added the efforts to both hold the community together and keep the dawah going.
  • 1975 – The Honorable Elijah Muhammad dies in February and is succeeded by one of his sons, Wallace Deen Muhammad, who leads the young community into orthodox or Sunni Islam.
  • 1975 – The Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam is organized as an independent community while being spiritually fed by the leadership of Imam W.D. Muhammad. This became the oldest Masjid in Dallas county.
  • 1979 – Allah rewarded the community with a new home, 2604 S. Harwood St., the current site of Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX, Inc.
  • 1982 – The Sister Clara Muhammad School (SCMS or CMS) opens and operates until 1992.
  • 1986 – Dallas Masjid hosts the first Community Family Conference which ushers in current & annual National Islamic Conventions.
  • 1987 – Initiated Interfaith Dialogue with area churches and the world renowned Thanksgiving Square Foundation, Center for World Thanksgiving.
  • 1989 – A.A.M.A.N. (African-American Men Against Narcotics) began foot patrols of drug infested areas of South Dallas and Oak Cliff.
  • 1992 – Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam hosts the first venue of the Kindness Week, Dallas Acts Kind, which included attendance by Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, III.
  • Ex-Offenders Support Group begins the program “Feeding Our Neighbors – Putting ‘Neighbor’ Back in the ‘Hood’” to help feed the wayfarers and the needy.
  • 2000 – Organized a conference entitled Future Global Trends 2000 at the Renaissance Hotel.
  • 2004 – Dallas Masjid of Al-Islam becomes Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX, Inc.
  • 2006 – The Masjid’s Imam pitches the idea of an Islamic Charity Day give away to the wayfarer and the needy at the masjid and is generously supported by almost all masajid in DFW.
  • 2007 – Islamic Charity Day become Humanitarian Day. In 2017 Humanitarian Day is practice Internationally.
  • 2008 – Day of dignity was added to the Masjid’s charity efforts.
  • 2015 – The Beacon of Light Community Center, a program of the masjid, opens to help our neighbors in need.

2016 – Masjid Al-Islam – Dallas, TX is the co-recipient of the Dallas Peace Center Award for efforts to alleviate hunger and help the homeless population. Build a state-of-the-art Masjid Complex in the heart of South D


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