Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur is an Amazon author page, public speaker, racial profiling consultant, entrepreneur, and law enforcement officer (Sergeant). His unique views and approach to urban violence prevention, racial profiling prevention and community based policing have been featured in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, NPR-Where We Live, New Haven Independent, NPR-All Things Considered, WYBC-Electric Drum, New Haven Advocate, Russian Radio, BBC, PBS, New York Daily News, New Haven Register, Hartford Courant, and Al Jazeera America. In 2014, he was recognized as the 14th most inspirational Muslim men in America. He is a Contributing writer for the Huffington Post. His repertoire continues to grow consistently He has appeared as a guest host on WNPR’s “Where We Live,” and now has acquired his own radio talk show on 103.5 FM entitled “Urban Talk Radio”
Salwa Sana Abdussabur is a young apprentice in the field of multi-media arts. She has been involved in movie production and audio since she was eight years old. She is an accomplished young writer and performing artist in the field of dance and poetry. Salwa is no stranger to the big screen. She appeared on in a short bio on “Oprah” when her mother was showcased. Salwa recently appeared in a short piece on SNL where she was displaying her outgoing personality during an evening with a famous chef Bun Lai.
Salwa, which means comfort, lives up to the ancient meaning of her name. It is said that people with this name have a deep inner desire for love and companionship, and want to work with others to achieve peace and harmony. This seems to be this young leaders aspiring life’s work.