We conducted an open-ended, qualitative research study to understand the history and social factors impacting African American Muslims in the Baltimore area. Throughout this process, we discovered African American Muslims and their immigrant Muslim counterparts in Baltimore once had great cooperation. However, as new communities were established, the communication between the individuals declined and their relationships are now nearly nonexistent. By understanding how communities build social cohesion, what issues individuals face and the types of capital they possess, we discovered that collaboration could mutually benefit both individuals and communities. We then facilitated multiple projects between various communities, and now plan to encourage more cross-community interaction by conveying what we learned and what we did through a captivating and inspirational documentary.