In recognition of Malcolm X’s birthday this month, Howard University student journalist and Sapelo Square news writer Ruqayyah Taylor spoke with a few of her schoolmates to get their thoughts on what Malcolm X’s legacy means to them.
Muslim Groups Call on DOJ to Transfer Imam Jamil Al-Amin Back to Georgia for Fulton DA Review of ‘Credible and Consistent’ Confessions by Actual Perpetrator
[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]Sapelo Square joined the Council on Islamic Relations, CAIR Georgia and other American Muslim organizations in calling on the U.S. Department
Today, May 19, is Malcolm X Day, recognizing the birth of one of our greatest justice leaders. In 2020 we came together (during the peak of Covid chaos) to celebrate Malcolm X’s legacy with a virtual event, “Black Legacies. Black Futures.”
In this episode of On The Square, it’s all about our Black boys! Sapelo Square’s Executive Director, Latasha Rouseau, speaks with Atiba Saleem Jones, the founder and Executive Director of SAVE Institute.
UPDATE 5/31/23: We were recently made aware of a correction needed in our interview with Hisham Aidi. We would like to note that it was not Khalil Muhammad but Aisha al-Adawiya who organized the 2015 event at the Schomburg Center and invited Hisham Aidi and
In the primordial story of creation in the Qur’an, the Angel’s question God about what it means for human beings to be on Earth. Will the presence of human beings inevitably lead to chaos?
In the morning some of us will die here but we’ll remember that some of our people learned to fly when the angel of death lent them it’s wings.
...I always reflect on the weighty responsibility we carry as parents and what it means to have brought children into this world and what it means to be raising the next generation of believers...