In this episode of On The Square, we are in a diasporic mood! We talk with Gilary Massa Machado, a community activist from Canada; Ṭāhir Fuzile Sitoto, a lecturer from South Africa; and Ismael Lea South, a community and youth consultant from the United Kingdom
In this episode of On The Square, we talk with Dr. Aliyah Khan, author of Far from Mecca: Globalizing the Muslim Caribbean, about the deep Muslim history of the Caribbean and how the Muslim experience is shaped by the complex racial dynamics of the region.
In this episode of On The Square, we talk about sex! Sapelo Square Senior Editor Su’ad Abdul Khabeer speaks with The Village Auntie, Angelica Lindsey-Ali, a certfied sexual health educator and expert on all things sex, intimacy and womanhood from an African and Islamic perspecitve.
In this episode On The Square commemorates Black August. Sapelo Square Senior Editor Su’ad Abdul Khabeer speaks with Jihad Abdulmumit, community activist, playwright, freedom fighter, and chairperson of the National Jericho Movement about freedom and self-determination.
Who are indigenous Muslims? How might settler thinking shape how we live as Muslims in North America? What are the responsibilities of Muslims, as a whole, to the indigenous inhabitants of the Americas? In the very first episode of our new podcast “On The Square,”
Ahmed Osman, a Sudanese development economist who met Malcolm X in July 1963, would go on to play a critical role in Malcolm X’s life and death — drawing him to Sunni Islam, organizing his hajj to Mecca, and even speaking at his funeral. The