We are continuing our Legacy series by republishing some of our most popular content from our first five years. As a lead-up to our celebration of Black History Month this February, we revisit this post from 2017 on the significant of Black Muslim history.
Writer Ambata Kazi-Nance explores her relationship with Surah al-Fatihah and its impact on her faith journey.
We are continuing our Legacy series with a reposting of our popular 2015 publication, "Elegy for the Khimar: A Community Poem," with a new audio recording of the poem read by Dr. Su'ad Abdul-Khabeer.
At Sapelo Square, it is always pie season, especially when that pie is bean pie. This month, while everyone gets their bake on, we revisit two videos explaining why the iconic Black Muslim bean pie has always been much more than just an edible treat.
Legendary spoken word artist Amir Sulaiman delivers a visual and lyrical meditation on Black life in powerful new short film, "Laying Flowers, Setting Fires."
Sapelo Square History Editor Zaheer Ali joined the New York Public Library's Julie Golia to examine Malcolm X's handwritten notes for one of his most iconic speeches, the still timely "The Ballot or the Bullet." Together, they explored the context around the speech, and how
It does not surprise us that “I can’t breathe” is the slogan at the center of massive global uprisings. At its core, we know that the existential war of Black life is naught but a more dramatic, visible form of the spiritual battle tasked with
Sapelo Square has partnered with Muslim Wellness Foundation to create an Election Wellness Toolkit for American Muslims. The goal is to provide our community members with the tools that can help them prepare, across multiple spheres of wellness, for the days, weeks and months to