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The African Struggle: A Look Back and a Look Forward

The African Struggle continues to be thought about around the world by Africans and African descendants. While I have religious and non-religious reasons why I think black heroes deserve the spotlight daily, at the grassroots level,  and that attention on … Continue reading

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NbA Muslim #BlackMuslimReads Twitter Chat Recap — NbA Muslims

Authors and readers converged on Twitter for the NbA Muslims #BlackMuslimReads Black Muslim History Month chat, which focused on the literary contributions of Black Muslims globally. The chat was a celebration of Black Muslim authorship and the essential roles of … Continue reading

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#BlackMuslimReads & #MuslimGirlsRead

Assalamu aleikum! Allah will not change the condition of the people until they do first. To stop the erasure of the contribution of Black Muslim Writers in the mainstream publishing industry, NbA Muslims in collaboration with Djarabi Kitabs Publishing, and … Continue reading

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The Latest With Djarabi Kitabs Publishing

Assalamu aleikum – Peace be unto you, DKP’s new author Sahar Abdulaziz has written a powerful novel that needs to be read by all. Tight Rope will be released soon insha’Allah. It centers on an American Muslim Woman named Nour … Continue reading

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6 African Muslims Who Brought Islam To America You Should Know

Assalamu aleikum, please read an article I wrote for MVSLIM here or below. #Alhamdullilah *** As a Muslim of West African origin living in the United States, my Muslim-ness is always contested by Europeans, Americans, and even clueless Africans. They … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 7 — Hayati Magazine (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 5 — Hayati Magazine (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 4 (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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L’Américaine – Part 3 (French & English)

Femta Compaoré est une mère célibataire qui tente de divorcer de son premier mari Obê quand Uthman entre dans sa vie à un point où elle croit qu’elle n’a plus d’espace dans son cœur pour l’amour. Lit sur Amazon. ©Papatia … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: Muslim Romance Author Papatia Feauxzar

Originally posted on Native-born American Muslims:
American Muslim authors must constantly navigate issues of content when developing plots for their novels. Prolific Muslim author Papatia Feauxzar includes a variety of explicit content in her novels, which generated a spectrum of…

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I’ll be on air tomorrow iA at 12 p.m. with NBA Muslims

Don’t miss it! 🙂 Jazak’Allah khair, Papatia Feauxzar

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