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About brothernasir

Nasir Muhammad is a historian and researcher, specializing in African American history and educational event planning. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida A & M University. Mr. Muhammad has written and lectured about Morehouse College history, Curt Flood, Theodore “Tiger” Flowers and David T. Howard, among others. He is at work on the book project, The Colored Undertaker: The Life and Legacy of David Tobias Howard. Mr. Muhammad works in collaboration with the Auburn Avenue Research Library and other educational organizations to develop public presentations and information that highlight Atlanta and African American history. He has also designed a tour that highlights the neglected aspects of this history.

Travel in Egypt and Scenes of Jerusalem

Join us for the Author’s Discussion and Book Signing with Dr. Miriam DeCosta-Willis on Sunday, October 4, 2015 at the Historic Hammonds House Museum. Advertisements

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MACEDONIA – BAGLEY PARK WALKING TOUR

Join Black Mecca of the South Tours as we explore the last remnants of a once thriving Black community nestled in the heart of present day Buckhead. Learn about William Bagley, Mamie German, First Lady Savannah Holmes, John Owens, Mt. Olive … Continue reading

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HISTORIC SUNSET AVENUE DISTRICT WALKING TOUR

Historic Sunset Avenue District Walking Tour Saturday – February 14, 2015 10am – $15 per person (payment accepted at https://www.paypal.com/home) See the homes of prominent African American leaders such as Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mrs. Carrie L. McCarter … Continue reading

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1906 Atlanta Massacre Walking Tour ~ Saturday, September 20, 2014

Black Mecca of the South Tours invites you to join us on the historic 1906 Atlanta Massacre Walking Tour. The tour is 90 minutes and 1.5 miles of walking. Please wear comfortable shoes.    RSVP at blackmeccatours@yahoo.com or 678-663-0831 “Here we … Continue reading

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Macedonia/Bagley Park Walking Tour

  Macedonia-Bagley Park Walking Tour_16 Aug 2014 Step back into time and explore the last remnants of a once thriving Black community known as Macedonia Park/Bagley Park, nestled in the heart of present day Buckhead. Learn about William Bagley, Mamie … Continue reading

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Mary Turner and the Lynching Rampage of 1918

“The Mary Turner case is one of the darkest in the history of this country. They took her and they took her to a tree. They tied her ankles around a limb of that tree. And then they took a … Continue reading

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David Tobias Howard Walking Tour

Saturday – March 1, 2014 10am & 1pm – $10 per person Take a stroll down memory lane. Join us in the Historic Old Fourth Ward. See the homes of prominent African American leaders such as Grand Master John Wesley … Continue reading

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