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He had wanted to do accounting for his friends, but had a dream about Cheikh Amadu Bamba, the father of the Sufi Muslim sect, Muridism.
Inspired to change course, he opened a bookstore dedicated to Muridism. His brother and sister-in-law work next door in their clothing store Oprama, named after Obama and Oprah.
One storefront is a religious bookshop, which feels more like a living room. The owner Daaray Kamil has called New York home for more than a decade.His wife Coumba Gueye helps on weekends, both children in tow. “My son loves all the women who come in the shop,” Daaray says, before telling the boy: “You can only have one wife in America.”‘Not going to stay all my life’The women of Little Senegal glue the community together.Daaray prides himself on self-sufficiency, but much of his success depends on Coumba.He is a leader at the Association des Sénégalais d’Amérique(ASA), a centre in Little Senegal.The centre provides resources for community mainstays as well as new arrivals, but it’s primarily occupied by men.