| Askia Muhammad|
| 1538, Gao, Mali|
| Askiya Dynasty, Songhai Empire|
Askia Daoud, Askia Ishaq I, Askia Mohammad Benkan
Sonni Ali, Musa I of Mali, Sundiata Keita, Abu Bakr II, Ahmad al‑Mansur
Tomb of Askia, Gao, Mali
Askia Muhammad is a poet, journalist, radio producer, commentator, and photojournalist. He has been multiply awarded by the National Association of Black Journalists for his work on National Public Radio, with first place "Salute to Excellence" awards for his commentaries on "Mississippi and My Memories" and "Mike Tyson: Check Yourself" and a third place "Salute to Excellence" award for "Ethel Payne Postage Stamp".
He has served as the editor of Muhammad Speaks and as the head of the Washington office of The Final Call, the official newspapers of the Nation of Islam. He has worked as a commentator for National Public Radio and a columnist for Washington Informer. He is the author of the book Behind Enemy Lines.
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