In the days following the murder of George Floyd, Black Lives Matter protests take place in 2,000 cities and towns in all 50 states of the USA.
35.3 | Muslim Atlantic
Samia Rahman reviews “A Histry of Islam in 21 Women” by Hossein Kamaly.
Three poems by Mosab Abu Toha.
An extract from a play by Reginald Edmund and Ronnie Malley.
It is difficult to tell a story when the story spans hundreds of years. In reality, there are many more chapters to be written.
We can’t conjure, or think, or muse, the idea of a Muslim Atlantic without considering the work of Paul Gilroy and his theorisation of the Black Atlantic.
Tahir Abbas reflects on the realities of terrorism by exploring recent events in relation to both Islamist and far-right terrorism.
Long before the French came here, the Cap-Vert peninsula – on which Dakar, the capital of Senegal sits – belonged to the Lebu people.