Program Director, Justice Leaders
Fatimah Fanusie is a historian of 19th- and 20th-century American religion whose research is an evolving reappraisal of the study of African American Islam, the modern Civil Rights Movement and Islam in the West. She is also a lecturer in the Islamic Studies department at Johns Hopkins University and a Historian Consultant for the Howard Thurman Historical home in Daytona Beach, Florida. She received her B.A. in History and Arabic from Lincoln University, her M.A. in American History from Tufts University, and her Ph.D. in American History from Howard University.
Twin sisters, Fatimah Fanusie (46) and Faridah Abdul-Tawwab Brown (46), share a conversation about their unwavering and unquestioning identity as Muslim African-American women.READ MORE
Four-part original video and discussion series, part of the ICJS Imagining Justice in Baltimore initiativeREAD MORE
Fanusie speaks at Georgetown University on Fard Muhammad, founder of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam, one aspect of strategic Ahmadiyya efforts to cultivate Islam in America.READ MORE