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In her debut collection To Keep From Undressing comprising 48 poems, poet, English professor and Pushcart nominee Aisha Sharif offers an unflinching commitment to
In celebration of those who balance Black, Muslim and Latinx heritage.
By Kameelah Mu’Min Rashad “Within white supremacist capitalist culture, black people are not supposed to be ‘well.’ This culture makes wellness a white luxury. To
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We invite you to watch to an episode from “Left of Black,” a weekly Black studies webcast hosted by cultural critic and professor of
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Before the 1960s, the dominant images of U.S. Muslims highlighted in the media and popular culture were Black. Yet, today’s media portrayals overwhelmingly present
By Youssef Carter It is a recognized fact that the United States has been profoundly shaped by the experience and contributions of Black Muslims. Yet,
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