A Tribute to Shaikh Daoud Faisal [PART ONE]

Introduction by Rasul Miller In order to fully appreciate the rich history of the African American Islamic experience it is important for us to reflect on our history and evaluate ourselves within the context of our historical progress. In the first part of a two part series, Hajj Daoud A. Haroon […]

The Case for More African American Muslim Scientists and Physicians

By Dr. Khalil Marcus Lambert I recently had the pleasure of having an intimate conversation with Dr. Louis Wade Sullivan, Secretary of Health and Human Services under President George H. W. Bush and founding Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine. Dr. Sullivan shared some of his thoughts on the scarcity of […]

Elegy for the Khimar: A Community Poem*

But, for real, remember when we just wore khimars?

To Muslims Who Do Not Say, “Salaam”

A Poem and Interview with Aisha Sharif To Muslims Who Do Not Say, Salaam All your life, you’ve tried to muffle the sound of your father trumpeting the adhan in your ear every day, five times a day. You’ve hung your mother in the closet of your mind, ashamed of her habit.  […]