Ramadan 1439/2018: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran—Juz’ 28

“But Muslims should be people that call up as well as call out, and I firmly believe that
we will get nothing and nowhere without the joint effort of all people of God and
conscience.”

Ramadan 1439/2018: Black Muslims Reflect on the Qur’an—Juz’ 27

““Islam,” then, is in danger of becoming a repository for all manner of social injustice. Our holy men (for they are, more often than not, men), our shaykhs, our religious leaders will become instruments of hegemony rather than healing, and we will all suffer the consequences. “

Ramadan 1439/2018: Black Muslims Reflect on the Qu’ran—Juz’ 25

“Thats the basis of how we connect as a community or should be the basis of how we connect as a community. It has to start with our relationship with the Qur’an. It is how we develop ourselves as Muslims”

Ramadan 1439/2018: Black Muslims Reflect on the Qur’an – Juz’ 26

“Stinginess is sometimes overlooked within our struggling communities. Our economic power must be refocused to promote unity, reject the branding of our oppressor and encourage self sufficiency within our African American communities and throughout the African Diaspora.”