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The ’30 Mosques’ Snapshot of African American Islam

For the last three years, New Yorkers Bassam Tariq and Aman Ali have spent the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan traveling first around New York, then around the country visiting mosques as the 30 Mosques in 30 Days Project, documenting their travels on www.30mosques.com. These journeys brought them into contact with the immense diversity of the American Muslim community. Check out the following posts for visits they paid to mosques within the African American Muslim community.

Pointed in the Right Direction – An encounter with Olympic fencing athlete Ibtihaj Muhammad

Meeting Freeway – Rapping with Philly hiphop artist Freeway

Understanding [Gay] Love – A conversation with Washington D.C. Imam Daiyee Abdullah

It’s Still Five a Day – The imprisonment of Imam Jamil Al-Amin

Being Christian and Muslim – A conversation with Rev. Ann Holmes Redding

The Lady Caliphs in Atlanta – A Muslim women’s basketball team

The Mohammed Schools in Atlanta

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