“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 […]
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These are some thoughts I have been ruminating on concerning the relation between the self, relatively powerful black people as a collective and black resistance. Amilcar Cabral Amilcar Cabral, leader of the […]
BMF caught up with LSE and Columbia graduate Sadiyah Sabree on racial politics, travel and navigating through life as a black Muslim woman. Identity Where are you from town/city/country? Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA What […]
One of Malcolm X’s last endeavours was the creation of the Organisation of Afro American Unity (OAAU), a Pan Africanist organisation founded in 1964. These were the points that Malcolm outlined in […]
Bismillah. “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today” Malcolm X It has come to my awareness that the UK Muslim community is […]