Jenelle Cooper Tolson, Public Affairs Specialist and Events Coordinator, Smithsonian Institution’s Anacostia Community Museum:

 

"Precious Muhammad is a wealth of knowledge and a well versed individual. An eloquent speaker, Ms. Muhammad was truly an asset to our panel discussion on Muslim American Women. If she is not already on your calendar, book her now for she is highly sought after."

 

 
Published in The Virginian-Pilot.

Published in The Virginian-Pilot.

Princeton University Lecture: "Muslims and the Making of America: The African American Contribution Unveiled"

Princeton University Lecture: "Muslims and the Making of America: The African American Contribution Unveiled"

Among her creative writing pieces, fiction and nonfiction, which seamlessly blend in the rich history of Islam in America and the American Muslim experience, include this fiction piece: "Obama’s First Visit to a U.S. Mosque as President: A Black History Month Reimagining."

Among her creative writing pieces, fiction and nonfiction, which seamlessly blend in the rich history of Islam in America and the American Muslim experience, include this fiction piece: "Obama’s First Visit to a U.S. Mosque as President: A Black History Month Reimagining."

In addition to curating a case for the Children's Museum of Manhattan's "America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far" exhibit, Precious also served as an advisor to the project, helping to shape the American Muslim narrative aspect of the exhibit.

In addition to curating a case for the Children's Museum of Manhattan's "America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far" exhibit, Precious also served as an advisor to the project, helping to shape the American Muslim narrative aspect of the exhibit.