Benjamin Chavis Muhammad

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Benjamin Chavis Muhammad

"In 1993, at the age of 45, Chavis-Muhammad became the youngest person to be elected executive director and CEO of the NAACP. Two years later, he served as the national director of the Million Man March, the largest mobilization in the history of the United States. Currently he is president and CEO of the Hip-Hop Summit Action Network, co-founded with the founder of Def Jam Records, Russell Simons.

"Benjamin Chavis changed his name to Benjamin Chavis-Muhammad after joining the Nation of Islam in 1997." [1]

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