At Sapelo Square, we strive to continually serve as an expert resource on the Black Muslim narrative in the United States. As a result, we take time out once a year to come together from various locations across the world to strategically plan our goals for the coming year.
Having just recently wrapped up an amazing 2018 Sapelo Square Retreat, we’re excited to move forward with some new ideas and to improve upon our position. As we prepare to take things to the next level in the weeks and months to come, we have decided it necessary to take a short amount of time for the squad to refocus and direct our energy for what is to come. We’re on vacation! As a result, the publishing of new posts will be temporarily on hold until September 4th, 2018.
While we are away, we encourage you to take this time to get re-acquainted with some of our favorite posts from the past year such as:
Prophet Muhammad and the Skin Color Ethic by Faatimah Knight
Is Islam an Anti-Black Religion? by Rasul Miller
Taking Control of Our Narrative: The #BilalianExperience by Rashida James-Saadiya
We look forward to seeing you back on September the 4th, and may Allah bless you!
With warm regards,
The Sapelo Squad