“There is definitely a reason why my cousins and friend are not getting as much media coverage, and it is because they were black,” – Ibrahim Dahab (Cousin to two of the […]
Our Three Brothers: Nearly Four Years On From The Tragic Murder Of Three Sudanese-Americans, Has Our Ummah Changed?
Welcome back to another edition of The Multifaceted Muslim! This month, I had the pleasure of speaking with Kareem Cromwell AKA YMG Reemo, member of the Yung Muslims Grindin’ (YMG) coalition from […]
Introducing: This is the first article for the Multifaceted Muslim series, where I’ll be interviewing black Muslims to talk about their career experiences, upbringing and identity as a Black Muslim in America! […]
America’s history is riddled with structural racism that has persisted until the present day. Although segregation is no longer legally enforced, it is embedded in the country’s fabric in ways that adversely […]
How the British school system systemically undermines Afro-Caribbean Children: are supplementary schools the answer?
The British education system, by way of the British state not confronting its imperial past, has systematically undermined Afro-Caribbean children, however I do not believe separate education is enough to undo this. […]
Take a walk through any Philadelphia neighbourhood, and I can almost guarantee that you will see evidence of Philadelphia’s black Muslim community. Perhaps you will see a group of women wearing full […]
The need for Reparations has been debated over the past decade with some degree of conviction and common sense but a limited amount of success. This discussion is taking place in the Caribbean, […]
Unconscious bias, a subject in psychological studies where people associate negative things with blackness and positive things with whiteness, is a concept that has been well documented. The nature of this perception […]