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Muhammad Shabazz
(21 June 1949 - 22 May 2015 )
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Muhammad Shabazz
Former Senator, Trinidad and Tobago

Muhammad Shabazz was a Trinidad and Tobago politician and former senator.

Early life and education

Muhammed Shabazz was born on 21 June 1949.  Despite failing the then Common Entrance Examination, he found a way to go to the school of his choice, St Mary's College.

Career

Shabazz was the founding member of the Black Caucus Movement.  He served as a Senator for the People's National Movement.

Personal life

Shabazz was married to Lynette Shabazz the father of four. 

Death

Shabazz died on 22 May 2015 after a massive stroke.  He was 65 years old.

Resources

VIDEO GALLERY
Parliamentary Personalities - Muhummad Shabazz
 
Sources
http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20150528/news/shabazz-remembered-as-always-ready-to-give
http://www.newsday.co.tt/politics/0,211591.html
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Muhammad Shabazz
QUICK FACTS
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Occupation Politician, Activist
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Date of Birth 21 June 1949
Place of Birth Trinidad and Tobago
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Date of Death 22 May 2015 (aged 65)
Place of Death Trinidad and Tobago
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Notable Accomplishments
Founding member of the Black Caucus Movement
Former Senator
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