Category: Blog

Sapelo is on Vacation!

At Sapelo Square, we strive to continually serve as an expert resource on the Black Muslim narrative in the United States. As a result, we take time out once a year to come together from various locations across the world to strategically plan our goals […]

On Imām Alī and Slow Death

As many all over the country wait for the start of a new school year and parents and children prepare to say goodbye to the summertime chill we invite you to revisit a post from October 6, 2016 titled “On Imām Alī and Slow Death.” The […]

Remembering The First Mosque in North Carolina

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, the retelling of Black Muslim history is often missing from public educational spaces. Thus, it is a welcome surprise that […]

Believers Bail Out

Believers Bail Out by Khadijah Abdul-Haqq Across the United States, half a million defendants are held in the criminal court system pre-trial simply because they are unable to pay their cash bond. The vast majority of them are Black and other People of Color. During […]