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Lecture, 10/18/10 MW 4-5:30PM Professor Bazian  Asian American Studies 128AC: Muslims in America  THINGS TO LOOK OVER FOR TH E MIDTERM - Diouf - Reader Article 6—history of some of the legal cases, p. 151-84 - Malcolm—first five chapters mainly - History of Islam—Chapters 1-4 - Exclusionary dates - Immigration periods—1502, 1526, etc. o Major waves of Muslim immigrants o Reform measures - Key cases—race classification - Malcolm X periods—names  o Last period El Hajj Malik Shabaaz: after the pilgrimage, points to shift in  Orthodox Islam  o Hajj—one who perform the pilgrimage  o Malik—Arabic name  o Distancing from racial ideology o After Hajj Separation not the solution Integration at the point of whites’ transformation of racism  - Five pillars in the US—main concept Diouf addresses  Question about Organization of African Unity (OAU)—first to articulate  - Unified body for African content at critical period for the continent (at the end of 1963) - 1963—height of anti-colonial struggles in Africa o Algerian v. French, sub-Saharan countries involved in similar struggles o Strong movement in South Africa as well Anti-apartheid movement with Mandela - How to create a unified body in post-colonial Africa - OAU o Unified identity—blacks of Africa constituting one identity (also those outside of  Africa) o Malcolm representing African diaspora, included not just territorial but global  perspective Founded on anti-colonial agenda 
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