Today, as part of Tanenbaum’s Black History Month Faith and Race series, we hear from Aliya Latif as she shares her lived experience as a Black Ahmadiyya Muslim.
“I recognize that we [Ahmadiyya Muslims] are a small community in the U.S. With that, I feel especially passionate about making sure different generations feel connected, welcomed, and inspired about their [our] history.”
Watch Aliya’s full video here and stay tuned for more reflections as Black History Month continues.
Feeling inspired? If you or someone you know would like to participate in our Faith and Race series, please visit the link here to share your story.