Muhammad Ahmad (Maxwell Stanford). Courtesy of blackpast.org: "Maxwell Curtis Stanford, Jr., known since 1970 as Muhammad Ahmad, is a civil rights activist and was a founder of the Revolutionary Action Movement (RAM), a black power organization active during the 1960s. . . . RAM was a black nationalist student group with a philosophy inspired by the self-defense doctrines of former National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) leader Robert F. Williams."
Mounted Sudanese warrior, late wearing a long, heavy, mail hauberk and carrying a kaskara sword. It has been suggested that this may be Muhammad Ahmad (the Madhi), the leader of the Sudanese Islamic state who fought for independance from Khedival Egypt.