Resilient me aims to ensure that all parts of a young person’s identity are equally valued, respected and supported. We know that representation is important, young people should be exposed to diverse stories and experiences, and young people want to see role models that look like them.

Therefore this Black History Month we will be sharing stories of Black Muslim excellence that can be used by practitioners working with young people.

Black History Month 2021 Articles

  1. Black and Muslim
  2. Inspirational Black Muslims – Ibtihal Muhammad

Further Reading

Muslim Census – A study into Anti-Blackness amongst young Muslims within the UK

MCB – Proudly Black and Muslim

Everyday Muslim – Exploring the Diversity of Black British Muslim Heritage in London

Black Muslim Forum

Al Jazeera – Britain’s Black Muslims: Ignored, discriminated and resisting

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