In this episode of On The Square, Sapelo Square History Editor Zaheer Ali speaks with Dr. Su’ad Abdul Khabeer about her latest work, Umi’s Archive.
Kelly Izdihar Crosby shares her journey to becoming an artist and how she's using her skills and talent to wage beauty.
Nation of Islam (NOI) member Hafeezah Muhammad Bahar wore this lapel pin for the Muslim Girls Training-General Civilization Class (MGT-GCC) from 1968-1975.
Photographers hold history in visual form — they document movements and archive dynamic shifts in the world. We spoke with the brilliant photographer Laylah Amatullah Barrayn to discuss her perspective on the importance of photography, storytelling and documenting the trials and triumphs that Black
Black Muslim women in the South have played an integral role in building and maintaining the modern Islamic fashion industry in the United States. Kayla Renée Wheeler tell the story of “The Sealed Nectar Fashion Show” in Atlanta, Ga., which is the longest continually running
Sapelo turns 5 this year! In celebration, along with new content, we are republishing some of our most popular content from our first 5 years. Check out this Arts & Culture post from 2017.
In her debut collection To Keep From Undressing comprising 48 poems, poet, English professor and Pushcart nominee Aisha Sharif offers an unflinching commitment to truth-telling.