True self care is checking in with yourself and making sure you are in the best state to receive the blessings Allah has in store for you, and the first place to start working on is your heart. -Nagiyd Ewell
"We will never prosper by pleading to Pharaoh’s soft spot, but by inserting ourselves in
the middle of his house and standing up for the rights of those who cannot fight for themselves."
"Imagine moving from the time at which we break our fast- we move from a category of which Allah loves (having actions in which He loves) to a category in which He states in the Qur'an that he does not love." -Imam Dawood Yasin
“Just as we are reminded of the stories of the People of the Book in the Qur’an, it is imperative that I as an educator and that we as Black Muslims in America learn and understand our history. We must teach our youth of this
God addresses an inquiry about the legal rights of “women” by reminding those with more power and social standing of their responsibility to treat those who are more vulnerable with equity.
-Su’ad Abdul Khabeer
“Building community is hard. Being in community can be a trial. If done right, it is an intimate endeavor that requires you to be your most authentic self. Once you get past the work of doing that, you have to then actively allow others the
“Being a Black man in America, to live with such autonomy is unprecedented and therefore understandably coveted but Satan's promise is false. It is God who "promises you His forgiveness and His abundance