Sala Udin

Sala Udin, whose legal name is Samuel Wesley Howze, is a former Pittsburgh City Councilman where he represented the 6th district. Udin has been known for the voice that he gave to the primarily poor and oppressed people that he represented. Udin was succeeded by Tonya Payne in a primary election in 2005. Udin has been associated with the work he did during the Civil Rights Movement in the South. Udin is also known for his acting in the play Jitney and the friendship he had with the author of the play August Wilson.

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Sala Udin - Legal Problems
... Udin has had a history of legal troubles that he claims began during his work with the Civil Rights Movement ... Udin has a criminal record dating back to 1968 for crimes such as driving without a license, receiving stolen goods, and firearms violations ... In 1970 Udin was indicted in Kentucky for illegally transporting firearms and possession of non-tax paid distilled spirits ...
Sala Udin - Non-profit Work
... Sala Udin is currently the president and CEO of the Coro Center for Civic Leadership's Pittsburgh chapter ... In addition to his work with Coro, Sala Udin helped to found the August Wilson Center for African American Culture ... the organization was governed by a group of stakeholders and a steering committee Udin was both a stakeholder and a member of the steering committee ...