On May 19th, Sapelo Square is curating an online commemoration of Malcolm X under the theme “Black Legacies. Black Futures,” which is fitting in so many ways. The work that Malcolm X put into establishing the brick and mortar of the Black Muslim community is
Reflecting on Juz' 22, Sheikh Abdul Jalil Nawee shares a parable of the ant and the wisdom behind Allah mentioning this creature in His book.
Dr. Fatimah Jackson highlights the Resurrection as well as other themes in this reflection on the 21st juz' of the Qur'an.
Rasheed Shabazz contemplates the power of prayer through the words of Imam Jamil Al-Amin in his reflection on the twentieth juz' of the Qur'an.
Reflecting on Juz' 19, Nur Shaina Ayers shares her thoughts on leadership. Some are given positions they are not qualified for. Others, though well qualified, turn down positions when offered. Each of these is addressed.
Bilal Ansari expounds on the doctrine "none but the righteous" will be ultimately successful with God in his reflection on the 18th juz' of the Qur'an.
Hope Copeland reflects on Juz' 17 through the trials of her grandfather, a sharecropper in the American South, noting the lesson God gives through the trials of His prophets and the fulfillment of his promise to those who keep their faith in Him.
Shahidah Sharif discuses the miracle of faith and its validity within the Black American Muslim community in her reflection on the sixteenth juz' of the Qur'an.