We are going to be conducting the final Tug of War live screenings over the next few months. If you are interested in bringing this film to your city please e-mail email@example.com for more details.
Hopefully after Ramadan we will be making this film available to the general public through an online streaming service, thank you all so much for your patience and support!
For those of you who missed it, here is the livestream from yesterday with Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick entitled Resistance in Bondage: The History of Black Muslim Slaves in the Americas. [ Youtu.be Link ]
So sick of this superficial concept of "shame" and "honour" that exists in some Muslim communities. A girl is raped and she is afraid to tell her family because that would bring shame on their name, are you kidding me??? I've even heard cases where a muslim woman is in the water drowning and the family doesn't want a non-mahram male lifeguard to save her or give her CPR because of the way that... View details ⇨
Alhumduallah I am so blessed to have been able to facilitate such an important discussion with esteemed scholars and teachers Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick, Dr. Donna A. Auston and Imam Shadeed Muhammad/Rawdah Admin. Hopefully this will be the first of many, this recording is now available on youtube for you to share with your family and friends, may Allah accept our efforts and grant us all the... View details ⇨
For those of you still questioning the reality of Anti-Black racism amongst Muslim communities, here is an example of a whole campaign that was launched in order to stop our own Arab and South Asian Brothers and Sisters from casually referring to Black Muslims as "Abeed" (slaves). When you don't even see us a dignified human beings and instead refer to us as personal property, there has to be... View details ⇨
Check out this interview I did with Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick for my #HangoutShow called "Being Black and Muslim" which ties in a lot of the points we will be discussing on Sunday during our "Black Muslim Matters" online webinar
I'm glad Sh. Hamza Yusuf clarified his statements at #RIS2016 and it takes a big man to own up to mistakes. I don’t believe he had malicious intent and hates black people or is a racist at heart. He has more knowledge in regards to Islam than I or most people will probably ever have, but the moment someone starts speaking about social injustice and racism from the perspective of a white man,... View details ⇨