What happened to those strong Black Muslim voices speak forcefully against white supremacy and who call to Islam? They are still here although strong Black Muslim voices are not represented in the mainstream American Muslim establishment. This is to be expected. Nonetheless, we must work to amplify strong Black Muslim voices. Subscribe to follow the following Black Muslim voices.
Muslim Empowerment Institute is actively working for the revival of Islam in the Black community. We seek to restore Islam to having the uplifting transformative effect it once had in eradicating social problems and pathologies in the Black community. Follow the Muslim Empowerment Institute’s Youtube Channel.
Follow the Facebook Discussion group Black Dawah Network to join important conversations and initiatives for Islamic Outreach to Oppressed Black Communities. To join group you must request access and demonstrate a commitment to Dawah in Black Communities.
The Black Network Network podcast brings forth important Black Muslim speakers to discuss Islam and its relevancy to Black America.
The Truth to Power Youtube channel of Hakeem Muhammad seeks to continue the Black Islamic tradition of fighting oppression, tyranny, and structural racism.
MA.B.I.A. is an acronym for Muslim and Black in America. A broadcast put together by Bilal Abdullah where he speaks on news and issues from the perspective of a Black Muslim living in America.
The Flaming Crescent Society was founded by Salim-Abdul Khaliq in honor of Malcolm X. The Flamin Crescent seeks to uplift the memory of Malcolm X and correct the misunderstandings people have of Islam.
Mr. Campbell was raised attending both the Christian Church and the Muslim Mosque. He was always inquisitive about religion. Around the age of 14, he decided that Islam was the path for him. However, he was rather secretive about his belief due to the negative perception many had of the religion. When Islam became the topic of any discussion, he maintained the Islamic sympathizer role as the son of a Muslim, while being careful not to be identified as a Muslim himself. The stigma surrounding Islam and Muslims only intensified throughout the years, but so too did his desire to announce to the world that ISLAM IS THE TRUTH.