​The Black COVID Survey Project is a partnership between Muslim Wellness Foundation & University of Maryland, Baltimore County in collaboration with the National Black Muslim COVID Coalition. This project included groundbreaking research on the impact of COVID-19 in Black communities across the United States. This national [anonymous & confidential] survey conducted May - June 2020 focused on understanding the psychosocial, spiritual and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on a sample of religiously and ethnically diverse Black/African Americans [N=845]. The recorded webinar below highlighted major findings and how the pandemic has effected Black/African Americans' religious practices, financial and emotional well-being.

  • "Overall, how are you coping with the COVID-19 pandemic?" 

  • "Do you have any other thoughts on how the COVID-19 pandemic affects your work experience?"

  • "How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected your religious practice(s)?

   co-Principal Investigators: 

   Dr. Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad & Dr. Shawn Bediako

   Research Associate: 

   Imam Abdul-Malik Merchant

Survey Results - Highlights