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
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
Senior Editor Dr. Su’ad Abdul Khabeer interviews Dr. Rasul Miller about his highly acclaimed article “Black American Sufi - A History.” They first explore the global context of early Black American Sufi communities and then delve into the importance of documenting the oral history of
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
Intention and thoughtfulness went into creating this free resource for those that are still ridin’ for #BlackLivesMatter (freedom, justice, and equality).
We invite all believers to join us to heed the message of our beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (peace be upon him) to “change evil.” We
How should we understand activism in this pivotal moment? What roles should celebrities occupy? Are there unique difficulties for Black Muslims? Taking Ali as an example of a celebrity activist, we can see the challenges and achievements that fame poses for Black Muslims.
In this Real Talk interview, Sapelo Square’s Senior Editor, Dr. Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, hosts Salaam for an intimate conversation about his life journey. The interview touched on everything from Yusef’s upbringing, his relationships in prison, to his vision for the Muslim community and more.
On Thursday, May 7, 2020 Sapelo hosted, “The System: From the ‘Hood to the Hara,” a Sapelo Live with Dr. Marc Lamont Hill. Against the backdrop of COVID-19, this interview digs into the relationship between racism and capitalism from ‘hoods in the United States to