Founded in 2017 to empower Black Muslim Girls and Women Worldwide, by Black Muslim Woman filmmaker Nia Malika Dixon.
Over forty years ago, a little black girl in Baltimore was born and raised in one of the toughest neighborhoods in a city with the nickname, “Bodymore, Murderland.” That little girl escaped into books, and discovered her talent as a storyteller.
Nia Malika Dixon was that little girl, and she continues to tell authentic stories of people who look like her, live like her, and have yet to have their stories on the big screen. That drive to create a seat at the table and give voice to Black Muslim Girls all over the world, and her passion for empowering youth, led her to create #BlackMuslimGirlFly®
*With the inspiration and motivation, of the OG #BlackMuslimGirlFly, her mother and her best friend, Qadriyyah (along with the source of her mother, Mary.) Nia works hard to build a platform that amplifies our voices. This would not be possible without The Creator, and the Ancestors created.*