Category: Arts&Culture

#BlackMuslimKidsRead

Just in time for Eid.  #BlackMuslimKidsRead. A list of books that every Black Muslim family should own.

Do For Self: A Legacy Of Food And Resilience

By Kia Campbell  As a dietitian and nutrition educator, I often think about how marginalized communities are negatively affected by an inability to access healthy food. As an African American Muslim, who like, all African Americans, comes from a farming legacy, I believe that we […]

Power of the Griot: An Interview With Mohamed Tall

By Vanessa Taylor Drawing on a rich literary and musical heritage, spoken word has become a staple within Black communities. The legacy of spoken word is a continuation of ancestral stories, a genre that sprang from a multitude of inspirational points and it has assisted […]

To Muslims Who Do Not Say, Salaam

As the American Ummah continues to unpack the intersections of identity, otherness, and faith, it seems fitting to bring back Aisha Sharif’s interview and poem “To Muslims Who Do Not Say, Salaam.”  To Muslims Who Do Not Say, Salaam All your life, you’ve tried to […]