By Kameelah Mu’Min Rashad
“Within white supremacist capitalist culture, black people are not supposed to be ‘well.’ This culture makes wellness a white luxury. To choose against that culture, to choose wellness, we must be dedicated to truth
By Kamilah A. Pickett
“Tell me, who I have to be, to get some reciprocity.” — “Ex-Factor” by Lauryn Hill
Lauryn’s lamentations were woven like golden throated thread through more than one ill-advised crush and heartache; I suppose it’s only fitting that her mournful refrains stitch together
The rich history of Muslims in the United States remains largely inaccessible to the average American, but history reveals that Muslims have contributed, both directly and indirectly, to building, shaping, and challenging America. Contributions made by Black Muslims, one of the largest ethnic groups of Muslims
The growing popularity of international travel among African Americans often referred to as “the Black Travel movement,” has led to a burgeoning industry of travel groups and social networks that center the experience of Black globetrotters. In so doing, the movement promotes travel stories that
Earlier this year, the ILM (Intellect, Love and Mercy) Foundation in Los Angeles, Ca., convened a group of sixteen Black Muslim community organizers to prepare for a public forum between the Black Muslim Community in South Central and the Los Angeles Police Department.
We invite you to watch to an episode from “Left of Black,” a weekly Black studies webcast hosted by cultural critic and professor of Black Popular Culture at Duke University, Dr. Mark Anthony Neal. In this episode, Sapelo’s Senior Editor Dr. Su'ad Abdul Khabeer discusses
Imagine the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and you will undoubtedly picture a man wearing a cap embroidered with a large star and crescent. This month’s post features Dr. Shakeela Hassan, the maker of those iconic caps.