It’s so important to be aware of history when we speak about the black Muslim experience and not just the history that is in the course of the last 80 to 100but the history that is in the beginning of America’s very foundation.
It’s so important we understand our connectivity as black Muslim women and Islam in the world so that we are able to help each other on our journey to Jannah. Its helps us practice our dean fully with no regrets and with lots of patience. Without black Muslim sisterhood I don’t know where I would be thank you sisters love you very much. Alhumdoulilah
I cant speak about sisterhood without talking about black women they have help me to see my true potential and acknowledge when I’m falling short of that especially when it comes to my spiritual goals. #blackmkuskimahexcellence
Are used to relate to being a feminist before I became Muslim; discovering the many ways the creator has freed me from any man-made law has really helped me to completely divorce and abandon that word.
I think as a community we need to reflect on our a lot to build our philosophies and understanding of historical references. Art gives us a chance to have a conversation on political and religious views after all our is best on religiosity him for the most part. This is what I found in my research in countless articles history books etc. Let’s use art as a platform to communicate and to transfer ideas from one culture to another room one religion to the next. After all we are the highest form of creation a masterpiece if you were by the creator himself.
I know that everyone is really busy and focusing on school work or other creative projects. It is important that we remain in a state of balance by not letting this world control our hearts. This advice is not only to you but a reminder for me as well.
There’s a lot of people don’t know about black Muslim women. I refuse to sit beside A man that doesn’t know or understand my worth. I also refused to be told by my family what I should do based on their expectations of me.
I know how difficult it may be to stay focused during Ramadan but with a little help from our brothers and sisters in our communities we can learn and build together focusing on what really matters most for our souls sake and for the sake of Allah
Ramadan is a beautiful month of Reflection and revelation this is the month of the Quran was revealed so don’t forget to Be respectful of the Quran and give it its rights. Stay at peace my brother and sisters much benefit is with in that state.
Why are in Africans a part of the Muslim history and development of Islam? Why are Arabs today the face of Islam ? Why isn’t west African literature and history a part of the story when we speak about the development of the west? Let’s talk about it DM ME for any topic suggestions and questions or anything you specifically want me to speak about.
I’m a type a person that has strong African views and I feel like that is help me gain a lot of self-confidence and love for who I am and my people. I want to acknowledge all of the African scholars and dedicate this episode to them as they have helped shape intellectuals and minds that have changed the western civilization.
Throughout time in history white people/colonizers referred to Africans by color. Today Hollywood breaks down African women By only referring to them as black. Furthermore putting them into a box the generic black girl or what is a generic blackgirl or do they even know or people who don’t even know anything about African culture or black people referring to us as this. I refuse to let this continue with this podcast I decided to go deeper into topics like this if you have any suggestions please contact me on my Instagram and DM me for any topics you wish for me to discuss.