Dawud Talib is a Muslim, of Puerto Rican descent. He is a Second Amendment advocate and a member of the Connecticut Citizens Defense League the largest grassroots gun rights organization in CT. Dawud is also an avid biker and a member of the United Muslim Motorcyclists Association also known as UMMA.
A supporter of the the Liberty movement in the United States and a registered Libertarian, Dawud has joined organizations such as Muslims 4 Liberty and The Free State Project and helped serve about 2,200 FREE meals during Ramadan at this years PorcFest in New Hampshire.
His membership includes the Ancient Free and Accepted Freemasons in the Fellow Craft Degree and Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Incorporated the First Nationally Recognized Latino Fraternity of its kind, which has its roots in Free Masonry. Dawud is currently working on earning his Masters in Social Work at the University of Southern California. He hopes to one day open a faith based practice of his own to help struggling families in America overcome barriers in their own lives that limited the access towards a better, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” in this world (Dunya) and in the next (Aqkhira).