By Faatimah Knight | I think it’s consequential for a student (or any representative) from the first Muslim liberal arts college in America to meet the first black president. We should not exist in different worlds, not when both claim to be working on behalf
By Faatimah Knight | Kalief Browder committed suicide this past Saturday in his home after losing a battle against depression that intensified during years of abuse inflicted upon him by guards and fellow inmates at Rikers Prison in New York.
By Aïdah Aliyah Rasheed | “Hip-Hop is what brought me to Al-Islam; and enslaved Africans and their
trajectory and their sojourn; and their beautiful display of humanity; and love for the Divine is
what brought me to Al-Islam; through music, and in my mind there is
By Shaykh Muhammad Shareef | The ability to ‘name’ is the primary function of Adam and constitutes his and his progeny’s distinction and autonomy from the rest of creational realities. If you named yourself, then you defined yourself and established the demarcation of the diameter