Posted on Jun 17, 2020
By Rowayda Khawji
The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery (and so many more before them) have ignited international outrage and sadness in an unprecedented capacity. It is a vital time to stay informed, educated and inspired by Black creators and amplify their voices, not just for now but always. So many of us spend a lot of time on social media (especially in this time of increased isolation and sheltering-in-place due to COVID-19), so we’ve compiled this list of amazing Black Muslim women to follow on Instagram so you can learn from them and support their content and work.