On May 19th, 2020, we commemorated the legacy of Malcolm X and celebrated five years of Sapelo Square during the final days of Ramadan in quarantine. At the time of this publication, we find ourselves still trying to cope with COVID-19 and it’s disproportionate impact
Dr. Zainab Kabba recounts how the 30th juz' shaped her childhood experiences and reflects on its new manifestation in her present.
Talut Dawood is reminded of Allah's power and the lessons we can take from its remembrance in his reflection on the 29th juz'.
Reflecting on Juz' 28, Imam Frederick Al-Deen asks how one can create a successful Muslim community and posits an answer based on his experiences as a longstanding member of this Muslim community.
Centering her thoughts in the 27th juz', Dr. Aminah Al-Deen reflects on her path to scholarship, the cultural barriers she encountered along the way and the importance of knowing that as Black Americans, we can find guidance in God's book that speaks specifically to our
In Ramadan 2017, Shamar Hemphill wrote an open letter addressing the need for us to become active in our communities.
Reflecting on Juz' 25, Dr. Ava Muhammad considers the current ambiguous time of COVID-19 and the necessity for us to remember that although we may not understand what is happening, Allah is all aware.
In this notable reflection on the 24th juz' of the Qur'an, Luqman Ali reinforces our understanding that Allah is sufficient despite the obstacles we may face that tell us differently.