Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid is an award-winning author with a focus on contemporary social issues, public policy and Islam-West relations. He is the President of Sound Vision, a 29 year old, not for profit organization which develops community resources for youth, media and public relations. He is alsoexecutive producer of Adam’s World and the daily Radio Islam on WCEV 1450 AM in Chicago.
Imam Mujahid also chairs Burma Task Force USA to stop the genocide of Rohingyas in Burma. As the national coordinator of the Bosnia Task Force, USA, in coalition with the National Organization of Women he successfully led efforts to declare rape as a war crime in the international law.
He has authored more than 400 articles on Islamic living and public policy. He is a blogger at HuffingtonPost. His book on political sociology was the winner of an Outstanding Academic Book of the Year Award by American Library Association in 1990.
Imam Mujahid is chair emeritus of the Parliament of the World's Religions. He was an elected member of the Credentials Committee of the Democratic Party in 2008. As a leader of United Power, a coalition of 80 organizations, in Chicago, he led successful efforts in Illinois for the Universal health coverage of children. Imam Mujahid is active with American think tanks in the US. He served as a member of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations’ Task Force on The Civic and Political Integration of Muslim Americans, in 2007. He also has served on the Independent Task Force on Civil Liberties and National Security by the Council on Foreign Relations in New York from 2006-2009. He also co-chairs One America Coalition a coalition of 70 national non-Muslim organizations working in support of Muslims in the USA. The alliance includes ACLU, Voto Latino, and Color of Change.
Imam Mujahid was selected seven times as one of the 500 most influential Muslims in the world in 2011-2017 by a George Town University Project. More information about Imam Mujahid is found here, or watch how he handles Bill O'Rielly or speaks alongside Al Gore.