We are an independent think tank conducting research in different societies on the problem of anti-black racism and producing proposals for policy change within different institutions. We also produce resources on solutions to anti-black racism and colourism as well as information on Islam and Africa, the history of Black Muslims, and Afro-Caribbean history. We finally publish research reports conducted by the BMF team and research papers from academics. Scroll below for our rolling call for papers.
“They had the audacity to ask me if I was Muslim, when they saw me – a Black woman in niqab” – Report on the experiences of Black British Muslims 2020
We interviewed 100 Black British Muslims on the racism they face. Our report was featured in Amaliah, Al Jazeera, The Guardian and 5 Pillars.
Black British Women’s Experience of Maternal Healthcare Services: Why Black British Women Are Still Five Times More Likely To Die In Childbirth
The Significance of Racial and Ethnic Consciousness to Anti-Racist Resistance: A Case Study on the Moorish Science Temple of America
Call For Papers
Rolling call for papers
Black Muslim Forum is issuing a rolling call for research papers on the issue of anti-black racism in global and especially Muslim society. Research submitted must be between 3000-6000 words. We ask that you present a sufficient level of expertise / work experience related to the field you are researching or that you are at minimum in your final year of a relevant bachelors degree.