As I See It

Never Forget This

By Hakim Abdul-Ali My rap today is based upon a need to address an issue that afflicts a lot of “hue-mans,” including Afrikan-Americans, in particular, and many other disillusioned folk of color. That issue, simply stated, is one of lacking self-acceptance and self-respect. I’m on that topic because I came in contact with a person…

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Forever Seeking Peaceful Flavorings

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Peace be unto you in name of God Alone. I sincerely offer that most austere greeting to you in the Creator Alone’s cause because it’s where my mind is now, and my present trend of thinking is one where it also tells me that I should extend to you and others, who…

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How Do We Fix What Ails Black America?

By Hakim Abdul-Ali As a proud brother of color, I love my country, but I must admit that I’ve had to come to grips with many of this nation’s forefathers’ actions as they orchestrated for themselves and their descendants an America that’s inherently still a place of biased “hue-manistic” values, divided politics and questionable loyalties.…

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The Tests of Life

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Today my message is one where I was inspired to write this because a dear friend of mine is presently going through a very traumatic time in his life. He shared some of his very personal concerns with me about what was affecting his health, which had been troubling him inwardly for…

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Are We Still Interlopers in This Country?

By Hakim Abdul-Ali By the time that you’ll read this, the yearly February Black History Month’s annual observances will be coming to its conclusion in the United States of America. To many aware folk of color that’s an inconsiderate slight because, to them, the universal recognition and study of all Afrikan folk’s cultural struggles and…

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With No Apologies Necessary

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Today’s article, “With No Apologies Necessary,” is one that, hopefully, will make you think about a lot of things if you’re a person of color. It’s about family unity, awareness and some other topical issues, and how they don’t seem to grab as much provocative attention today in this, oftentimes, contradictory and…

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An Afrikan Islamic Hero Worth Knowing

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Today in the world it’s said that one out of every five “hue-man” beings in the world is a follower of the religion of Islam. These individuals are called Muslims, and the United States of America has a large, ethnically diverse and an ever-expanding population of Muslims everywhere you look. For today,…

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Afrikan “Our-Story” Month’s Missives

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Black History Month is in full swing across the United States of America. It’s a grand time to reflect upon the past and present ebony heroes and sheroes of the world for all that they accomplished and achieved in the throes of injustices and discriminations galore. I’m a humbly proud brother of…

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Afrikan Black “Our-Story” Facts

By Hakim Abdul-Ali Greetings of peace to you on this amazing day, and we know by now that it’s that time of the year again when the annual Black History Month begins in the United States of America. No doubt about it, it’s a continuing celebration of and about Black struggles, triumphs, achievements, endurances and,…

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