The struggle for Black Muslims to find books about and for them, by authors who look like them, is one which persists. In light
In this episode, Sapelo Square Arts and Culture Editor Ambata Kazi-Nance speaks with author and educator Amani-Nzinga Jabbar about her book, I Bear Witness,
Sapelo Square Arts and Culture Editor Ambata Kazi-Nance speaks with renowned midwife and doula educator Shafia Monroe about the historic Black midwife tradition in
Kelly Izdihar Crosby shares her journey to becoming an artist and how she's using her skills and talent to wage beauty.
Writer Ambata Kazi-Nance explores her relationship with Surah al-Fatihah and its impact on her faith journey.
We are continuing our Legacy series with a reposting of our popular 2015 publication, "Elegy for the Khimar: A Community Poem," with a new
Legendary spoken word artist Amir Sulaiman delivers a visual and lyrical meditation on Black life in powerful new short film, "Laying Flowers, Setting Fires."
Photographers hold history in visual form — they document movements and archive dynamic shifts in the world. We spoke with the brilliant photographer Laylah
How should we understand activism in this pivotal moment? What roles should celebrities occupy? Are there unique difficulties for Black Muslims? Taking Ali as
On the night that I composed this poem, thunderstorms raged throughout the Midwest and Eastern United States, while our TV screens and windows glowed
The United States is the global leader in incarceration. Muslims are overrepresented in U.S. prisons and most Muslims who are incarcerated in the U.S.,
In the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, a time of radical change and reform, the Dar-ul-Islam Movement was founded in 1962 by African