Africana WoManism Society

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Dr Toni Sims Muhammad


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Dr. Toni Sims-Muhammad, a native of Louisiana, is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and Adjunct Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Phoenix, Lafayette Campus.


She is the author of three recent publications/books (paperbacks):

Gaining Momentum to Publish: 8 Simple Steps to Getting Professional Publications Tips for Junior & Emerging Scholars (Volume 1) 

Who is Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf: A Story for Children and Adults About Stranger Danger (Child & Youth Development)

The Application: A Couples Guide and Workbook To a Healthy, Happy, Successful Relationship & Marriage (Volume 1)


Dr. Sims-Muhammad began her teaching career over 20 years ago and has taught at several institutions across the United States. Her areas of teaching, research interest and expertise are marriage and the family, social class and social stratification, race and ethnicity, black studies, black women in Islam, and multiculturalism.

In 2007, Dr. Sims-Muhammad, established Vanguard Educational Services, www.vanguardeducational.org a not for profit community outreach ministry organized for charitable, educational, religious and scientific purposes that focuses on self-improvement as the basis for community development with an emphasis on entrepreneurial, technical and vocational training.

Dr. Sims-Muhammad is married and the mother of four children.



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