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“Do I make you feel uncomfortable?” This question is posed by body positive model and

*With the the news of Disney acquiring tv and film assets from 20th Century Fox,

By Kayla Wheeler, Ph.D. [caption id="attachment_11411" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Image Credit: @ayanife[/caption] Salt Lake City-based modest fashion designer,

With the current political climate and the rise of the alt-right, the American Muslim community


In a recent post on her blog Hagar Lives, Dr. Jamillah Karim shares the transcript of a speech she delivered

by Sylvester A. Johnson and Edward E. Curtis IV from The Journal of Africana Religions, vol. 5, no. 1. Reposted

This month’s post is an abridged version of Shaykh Muhammad Nizami’s article, “There Was No Black ‘Contribution’ to Islam.” Here,

I first met Dr. Nyang when I was 8 years old in my hometown of Charleston, SC where I grew



"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

"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

"Little did I know that I was suffering from a mild form of depression. The process of healing was quite painful, but I still called upon Allah, even when my

"Just as the Shaytan discriminated against Adam, Muslims of African descent have been subjected to prejudice and systemic anti-Black racism from both non-Muslims and non-Black Muslims."


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