By Sapelo Square
And what is [the matter] with you that you fight not in the cause of Allah and [for] the oppressed among men, women, and children who say, "Our Lord, take us out of this city of oppressive people and appoint for us from
From Ebony Magazine, September 1964
Captions like “[w]ildly cheering crowds in Kumasi, Ghana,” and “military guard assigned to keep Clay fans from getting out of hand” give us an idea of the adoration Ali received.
Today’s post continues our series exploring Ebony Magazine’s coverage of Black Muslims
"“Islam,” then, is in danger of becoming a repository for all manner of social injustice. Our holy men (for they are, more often than not, men), our shaykhs, our religious leaders will become instruments of hegemony rather than healing, and we will all suffer the
"Thats the basis of how we connect as a community or should be the basis of how we connect as a community. It has to start with our relationship with the Qur'an. It is how we develop ourselves as Muslims"