All posts by drsuad

#BlackGirlMagic: A Sapelo Square Women’s History Roundup

By Sapelo Square Each March, since 1987, Women’s History Month is celebrated in the United States to amplify the many contributions women have made locally, nationally and globally. Commemorative months like these are created because the contributions of marginalized people, like women, have been historically unrecognized or underappreciated or unknown. […]

In Honor of Malcolm X

“Do not suppose that those killed in the Path of God are dead. Indeed not! They are alive, in the very presence of their Sustainer well provided for.”  (Qur’an 3:169) Fifty-Two years ago today, Malcolm X, also known as Al Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, was assasinated at the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem, […]

F*ck Tha Police: A Rumination on Black Life and Death

The police must be abolished because they cannot protect and serve when the perpetuation of Black death is at the very root of the institution.

Master Plan (AUDIO)

The Black Muslim experience in the United States told through a unique mix of the smooth and soulful sounds of jazz and hip hop