Break-ins, vandalism, hostility between two of Elijah Muhammad’s top lieutenants, and now message pads are missing from Muhammad’s office in his Chicago headquarters: The J. Edgar Hoover-led FBI is the primary suspect.
There are plots and plotters, heroes who could be villains, victims who just might be perpetrators, suspects, betrayals—all stirred to an intriguing boil in this absorbing new play.
—Eric Coleman, actor, director
New York Beacon
Your award-winning short stories, articles…are a testament to the outstanding contributions you have made over the years.
—Congressman Charles B. Rangel
Eldon Bullock brought insightful perspective with his role in…presenting the inner turmoil experienced by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, including his unspoken respect for Malcolm X since their split.
—Liberata Dance Theatre
New Salaam play reading at the Schomburg Center is riveting.
—Herb Boyd, biographer
New York Amsterdam News
Yusef Salaam writes passionately about the African-American experience.
—New York State Senator Bill Perkins