http://almadinainstitute.org/blog/having-a-healthy-appreciation-for-islamic-scholars/ Dawud Walid on 27 March 2017 Many American Muslims have been recently engaged in conversations about the relationship between activists and traditionally trained Islamic scholars. Though there have been stellar individuals who fall into the camp of qualified activist-scholars… Continue Reading
The following podcast with Al-Madina Institute was released yesterday.
What’s Next for Black American Muslims? By Imam Dawud Walid Recently, different factors in American society have reenergized or, perhaps, provided more space for Muslims who are the descendants of enslaved Africans to center our concerns as part of the public… Continue Reading
Sidi Ahmad Mubarak and my new book Centering Black Narrative: Noble Black Muslims Among the Early Pious Muslims is now available in time for Black History Month. You may purchase here or here. Here is a brief summary of the… Continue Reading
http://almadinainstitute.org/blog/welcome-back-home-lessons-from-my-recent-rihlah-to-senegal/ Dawud Walid on 04 January 2017 I returned recently from a journey embarked upon with a group of beautiful souls to the West African Muslim country of Senegal. There were so many aspects of the journey that were spiritually… Continue Reading
The following was a sermon delivered last Friday about an Islamic framework on marriage compatibility.
The following was a real talk discussion with Shaykh Marc Manley about the crisis of authority within the American Muslim Community.
The following video is of a lecture that I gave at #Pearls2016.
The following is my video in conjunction with GoodCast.
The following discussion was between Shaykh Yasir Fahmy and myself regarding inter-racial marriage issue among American Muslims.