Here is another group of black Muslims you really need to know about.
“The Sisters Project” is a photo series that depicts Muslim women as they really are - as academics, artists, activists and other identities the standard narratives elect to ignore.
To honour UK Black History Month, we’re showcasing the British black Muslims - and some non-British black Muslims - you need to know about.
To celebrate Black History Month UK, we’re spending the next few weeks highlighting the black Muslims who inspire us.
To celebrate this important month, we wanted to focus on three black British Muslims who have caught our attention this year for a variety of impressive reasons.
Fast forward to today where coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks, so much so that we even have an entire day dedicated to celebrating the good …
“All proceeds from Together will help the The Hubb Community Kitchen to stay open and to thrive, so it can continue transforming lives and communities through cooking.”
Since 1981, the day has served as a global pause for reflection, a time to consider our world and the challenges we must confront in order to make it a better …
Each portrait is accompanied by the subject’s favourite hadith or verse from the Qu’ran, along with a short quote explaining their relationship with Islam.
“I’m an artist, and I’m not well versed in politics, but I’m a member of this society and, surely, I’m allowed to comment on the world we live in.”
Since it kicked off earlier this year, ITV’s "Young, British and Muslim" has been tackling some of the biggest issues that young Muslims in the UK face. They spoke …
“It’s a chance to interact with people from different backgrounds and cultures, each with their own talents to exchange skills based on a time-credit system.”
Abed Ahmed, 24, has been shortlisted for both a 30 Under 30 award and a TES award.