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Amaliah, October 2023

Muslim Women in Film Series: Amina Koroma

Middle East Eye, October 2023

Haiti's Cultural Kaleidoscope: Maroons, Griyo and Akis

Medium, September 2023

Apple’s ‘Swagger’ Season 2: A Triumph of ‘Love and Basketball’ Continues

Pin Africa, September 2023

Maria Bradford’s New Cookbook, Sweet Salone, Celebrates Sierra Leone’s Food Heritage

OkayAfrica, August 2023

The Black Americans Finding Home in Sierra Leone


The New Arab, August 2023

Fuji: The infectious devotional music of Nigeria's Yoruba Muslims

Black Ballad, August 2023

How Black Creatives Around The UK Are Responding To The Climate Emergency

The Daily Dot, July 2023

Abdul-Rauf, Kaepernick and the Politics of Black Athletic Protest Traditions

OkayAfrica, June 2023

Afrobeats star Fuse ODG launches the School of New Africa

Amaka Studio, June 2023

Under the Kundè Tree A Moving Cameroonian Tale of Love and War


Amaka Studio, May 2023

Sierra Leone's symbolic Cotton Tree destroyed in rainstorm


The New Arab, March 2023

A Safari Ramadan: A reappraisal of dhikr, culture and climate justice

The New Arab, February 2023

Black Foam elevates the complexities of migration, racism and Ethiopian Jewry


Amaliah, February 2023

How a Muslim Artist Used Abstract Art to Illustrate the Soul

Medium, February 2023

Before Colin, there was Mahmoud

Black Ballad, January 2023

A trip to Sarajevo reawakened a painful truth about my Sierra Leonean heritage

The New Arab, December 2022

The Balimaya Project and why we should be excited about Mandé jazz


Middle East Eye, December 2022

Hawsawi: Uncovering the history of Saudi Arabia’s Afro-Arab Hausa community

Refinery 29 UK October 2022

Wait, Were The 90s Hair Relaxer Girls Natural All Along?

OkayAfrica, September 2022

Drizilik Is Carving Out a Space For Sierra Leone In the Afrobeats Scene

Middle East Eye, September 2022

Hanan Issa: The Welsh National Poet on her mission to elevate 'difficult women'

The New Arab, September 2022

Shining a spotlight on East Africa's distinctive Islamic manuscript culture

Medium, August 2022

Six things you must know about Colombia’s first Afro-descendant vice-president

Middle East Eye, May 2022

Omar: The opera that tells the story of an enslaved Islamic scholar


The Voice Newspaper, March 2022

Whatever you think about Will Smith’s slap, black women deserve to be protected

Amaka Studio, March 2022

How the Collective of Black Iranians is Amplifying Afro-Iranian Voices

TRT World, March 2022

Trapped in Ukraine: African governments failed us yet again

The Gumbo, February 2022

On the Roots and Rhymes of Black Muslim Women in Hip-Hop

The New Arab, February 2022

Diasporic deliverance: Black Arab pioneers you should know and celebrate

Medium, February 2022

Taking Sierra Leonean Football Forward After AFCON 2021

Gal-Dem, February 2022

'Modest fashion’ only works in a world where Muslim women aren’t criminalised for it

The New Arab, December 2021

Netflix's Amina: African blockbuster captures majesty of Muslim Queen-to-be

Amaka Studio, November 2021 

The African Women Ecopreneurs You Should Know (Part 2)


Amaka Studio, November 2021 

The African Women Ecopreneurs You Should Know (Part 1)

The New Arab, October 2021 

The Malcolm Code: Fighting discrimination at UK ISOCs


Amaka Studio, October 2021

Black, Turk and Ottoman: Challenging Popular Notions of  “Diaspora”

Amaka Studio, September 2021

The New Black British Muslim Renaissance

Gal-Dem, September 2021 

Allah, Asè and Afros: Black Muslim Women on hair

Amaka Studio, September 2021 

The Importance of Haiti Within African Diaspora Histories

Middle East Eye, August 2021

From Harlem to Brixton: The extraordinary lives of Black Muslim women

Amaka Studio, July 2021

Celebrating Pan-African Women's Day: 12 Black and Pan-African Women Who Changed the World Through Activism 

Amaka Studio, April 2021

The Mission to Free Freetown: An Interview With Sierra Leone’s Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr


Amaka Studio, March 2021

The past, present and future of Bogolan - Mali's cloth of the soil

TRT World, March 2021

Black Iranian heritage: Emerging from the shadows

​Amaka Studio, March 2021 

This Women’s History Museum Is Boldly Championing the Contributions of Zambian Women 

TRT World, February 2021 

Q&A: The Ertegun Brothers, the Sultans of Jazz


TRT World, January 2021 

Decolonising the culinary legacy of West African food, one recipe at a time

TRT World, October 2020

Festival to celebrate Black Muslim identity begins

Black Ballad, August 2020

100 years on: Is the Pan-African flag still relevant?

Afropean, July 2020

Behind Somalia's Architectural Renaissance I 


Medium, June 2020

Beyonce’s ‘Black Parade’: An Ode to Black Pride, Love and Unity


Black Ballad, May 2020, 

What It's Like Celebrating Ramadan As A Black British Woman In A Muslim Country

Black Ballad, November 2019, 

How The BlackPoppyRose Project Is Remembering Our Black Veterans


Amaliah, March 2019

Jinn: An Ode to Black Muslim Women

The New Arab, June 2018

Dear France, not all migrants can be 'Spiderman'

The New Arab, April 2018

Reflections on Winnie Mandela's Relationship with Palestinians

SISTERS Magazine, November 2017

She Got Game

The New Arab, October 2017

Somali's 9/11, where's the outrage?

Al Jazeera, October 2017

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Feminist icon or femocrat?

The New Arab, June 2017

 This Refugee Week, we need to welcome and celebrate the refugees, not turn them away


The New Arab, June 2017

Humble beginnings, extraordinary life: What Muhammad Ali taught us


Al Jazeera, June 2017

Remembering the great Muhammad Ali as a Black Muslim

Al Jazeera, May 2017

When basketball does hijab because it can


The New Arab, April 2017

 Will Egypt - Sudan relations be restored?

Blasting News, April 2017

'Does this week mark the final countdown to Zuma's presidency?


Huffington Post, December 2016

When Muslim women are lyrically speaking

The New Arab, December 2016

'Muslims and the Black Lives Matter movement 

Huffington Post, September 2016

 Are Black Muslim Women Part of the Natural Hair Conversation?


Huffington Post, July 2015

 Darfur: An Invisible Conflict

Huffington Post, July 2015

 In the shadow of 7/7

Huffington Post, December 2014

 When Ebola Hits Home


SISTERS Magazine, October 2013

 With Love from Timbuktu

SISTERS Magazine, November 2012

 Hajj: Lasting Impressions 

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