Everyday Muslim’s third annual symposium will aim to explore constructions of Black Muslim identity and heritage in the UK and how the stories of Black British Muslims intersect within the wider British Muslim society and beyond. It aims to bring together those working in academic, heritage, arts and media organisations to interrogate the changing ways in which everyday Black Muslim life has been represented and archived. It seeks to ask how the process of constructing a Black Muslim heritage has changed over the years and looks forward to possible forms that this might take in the future.