Clarence Muhammad (born June 8, 1975) is the founder of the Birmingham Black Economic Alliance and a candidate for Birmingham City Council District 6 in the 2019 Birmingham special election, challenging incumbent appointee Crystal Smitherman.
Muhammad graduated from Parker High School and earned a bachelor's degree in business at Miles College. He has been employed at Kermit Realty Investors and as a student minister for the Nation of Islam since 2013. Muhammad has also volunteered with Mothers Against Violence and served on the board of Metropolitan Services for the Homeless.
- Beahm, Anna (October 2, 2019) "Meet the Birmingham City Council candidates." The Birmingham News