Puerto Rican-American rapper Hamza Pérez pulled himself out of drug dealing and street life 12 years ago and became a Muslim.
Hamza, Suliman and their mom Gladys give an update on what they've been up to since filming ended.
Jennifer Maytorena Taylor talks about her subject, Hamza Pérez, and what she hopes viewers will take away from the film.
Hamza Pérez records part of his rap, titled "Welcome Home."
Hamza and Rafiah talk about their involvement in family and community, and their daily lives.
The Muslim marriage ceremony of Hamza and Rafiah takes place.
Hamza Pérez talks about meeting his wife, Rafiah, online through a Muslim social networking website.
Hamza talks about what he was like as a troubled, drug-addicted young man.
Hamza's talks about his wife Rafiah, a third generation Muslim. She talks about her connection with Hamza.
Hamza and Rafiah talk about how they got to know each other online before they ever met in person.
Hamza and Suliman from M-Team freestyle in a bodega.
Hamza talks about the new generation of Muslim Americans and the culture that they are creating.
A Muslim man explains what it means for food to be considered halal.
A group of Muslim children make up a rap for Ramadan.
Journalists and experts talk at length about the raid on the Pittsburgh mosque.
Hamza Pérez talks to an ACLU attorney about a more recent interview on his religious beliefs.