The University of Western Ontario's Muslim Students Association (Western MSA) is co-hosting a panel on Friday, January 15, exploring the experiences of Black Muslims.
Islamic History Month Canada (IHMC) invites you to learn, share and celebrate Islamic History Month in Canada throughout the month of October — this year with a special focus on the resilience and achievements of Black Muslims.
Project Up (Unleashing Potential) was founded in the Kitchener-Waterloo region by a team of young Black Muslim women with origins in the Horn of Africa.
In 2019, Rahma Mohamed was a speaker at TEDxUAlberta in Edmonton, Alberta.
On July 12, 2019 Mogadishu-based Radio Dalsan reported that Somali Canadian journalist Hodan Nalayeh, 43, founder of Integration TV, was killed along with her husband in an attack on a hotel in the port city of Kismayo, Somalia that has been claimed by terrorist group Al-Shabaab. She leaves behind two young sons.
LUMINOUS: A Black Muslim Arts Festival will be taking place on Saturday, June 8th. This is the second year that this unique Arts Festival mixed with an Eid Festival will be celebrating Toronto's Black Muslim presence.
Muslim Link interviewed the visionary behind LUMINOUS, Timaj Garad, about her hopes for the festival.
Somali Canadian Yasmin Dini represented the riding of Brampton-East, Ontario at Equal Voice’s second Daughters of the Vote gathering in early April 2019, which brought together 338 young women between the ages of 18 and 23, representing each Canadian riding and take their seat in the House of Commons during a historic sitting of the House of Commons. They were addressed by every federal party leader, and engaged with an array of Ministers, critics and advocates.
Black Muslims In Canada: A Symposium was held on Friday, April 5th in Toronto, Ontario.
Research on Black Muslims in Canada is limited and does little to illuminate the diverse communities Black Muslims are a part of.