In a country where forensic evidence is relatively undeveloped, and with most cases of gender-based violence taking place in the family, many say this law could have made successful prosecutions nearly impossible.
Black History Month is celebrated in America and Canada in February each year. The UK celebrates it in October. The aim is to recognize the important role Blacks have played around the world, and honouring the likes of Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King. Fahad Farruqi caught up with Preacher Moss of the group 'Allah Made Me Funny', to talk about what being a Black Muslim in contemporary America means.
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