#BlackInMSA



Curator's Notes:

Using the hashtag #BlackInMSA, in November 2017 the anti-racism organization, MuslimARC, initiated a conversation on the experiences of Black Muslim undergrads with the national student organization, the Muslim Student’s Association. Since then the hashtag has been used to raise awareness of anti-Blackness in Muslim campus groups and beyond. The items in this collection offer a historical perspective on relationships between Black and non-Black Muslims through Umi’s experience with the MSA.

The Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada
  • The Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • January 1977
  • open
Federation of Islamic Organizations in the United States and Canada
  • Federation of Islamic Organizations in the United States and Canada
  • Washington, DC
  • July 1977
  • open
Let There be Islam First
  • "Let There be Islam First"
  •  
  • May 30, 1976
  • open
How can we Muslims in America...?
  • How can we Muslims in America...?
  • Bloomington, IN
  • May 30, 1976
  • open
Why Economic Exploitation
  • Why Economic Exploitation
  • Bloomington, IN
  • May 30, 1976
  • open
Women's Q&A
  • Women's Q&A
  • Bloomington, IN
  • May 30, 1976
  • open
What city are you from?
  • What city are you from?
  • Bloomington, IN
  • May 30, 1976
  • open
MSA Accepts Racial Criteria
  • MSA Accepts Racial Criteria
  • California
  • October 1978
  • open
The Muslim Sisterhood
  • The Muslim Sisterhood
  • Wheatley Heights, NY
  • May 2006
  • open
Qul Huwa Allahu Ahad
  • Qul Huwa Allahu Ahad
  • Bloomington, IN
  • 1976
  • open
Modesty: Two Perspectives
  • Modesty: Two Perspectives
  • Bloomington, IN
    Brooklyn, NY
  • 1976/1991/2013
  • open
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