Sufi Abdul Hamid

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Sufi Abdul Hamid (6 January 1903 - 30 July 1938), born Eugene Brown, was an American Black religious and social leader, among the first converts to Islam, and an anti-Semite. He is best known for his role in the business boycotts in Harlem, New York City, in the early 1930s, which were designed to draw attention to discriminatory employment practices of mainly Jewish business owners.

He probably was not involved in the Nation of Islam, but may have been influenced by it.

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