by Bashirah Mack To the American Muslim community, Imam Jamil Al-Amin (H Rap Brown) is either an individual whose name is grossly unfamiliar, or it is the name of a man so respected, that it remains on the tongues, in the hearts, and on the […]
The transcript of the audio interview can be found here.
by Masood Abdul-Haqq At the heart of the West End neighborhood of Atlanta is the Community Mosque, a quaint house, turned spiritual refuge, for Black Muslims from all over the country. In the early 1990s, at the heart of the Community Mosque, was Imam Jamil […]
by Abdul-Malik Ryan As a teenager, I became fascinated with books. I loved the idea of going to the library in my hometown of Oak Park, Illinois (Is there anything better than a public library?) and finding the biggest books I could on whatever subject […]