Su'ad Khabeer, Associate Professor of American Culture, created a website that documents and analyzes the experience of black Muslim Americans!
She is listed on Bustle's article as one of "9 Muslim Women Activists You Need To Know About Today & Every Day!"
"Su'ad Khabeer is an associate professor of American Culture and Arab and Muslim American Studies at the University of Michigan, and her research focuses on the intersections of race and culture in the U.S.
It makes sense, then, that she would have created Sapelo Square, a website that documents and analyzes the experience of black, Muslim Americans. Like Muslim Girl, Sapelo Square offers articles, blog posts, interviews, and creative works by, about, or featuring Muslims in the U.S. It serves as a space for discussion, exploration, and sharing of experiences — between members of the Muslim community, or people who just want to come and learn something about a community that may otherwise seem foreign to them." (LANI SEELINGER, March 27, 2018.)