Tag Archives: Black Islam

Long Read: Colonialism, Modernity, Racialization, and African American Muslims

When I first began my research for this blog, I wanted to investigate how it is that black Muslim identity has and continues to inform Islam in America today.  Drawing from David Chidster, D.V. Kumar, and Tomoko Masuzawa’s works on … Continue reading

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Islam in Prisons

by Guillaume Etienne In the United States, we have learned to cherish our sense of freedom, independence, and the prospect that if you work hard – you can achieve anything. This mentality, unfortunately, doesn’t reign true for all – in … Continue reading

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