by Tariq Najee-ullah, ICJS Justice Leaders Fellow

Tariq Najee-ullah is assistant imam at the Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore, a patent agent, founder of the interfaith education organization DC Musliman, and a  member of the 2018 ICJS Justice Leaders Fellowship.

Baltimore is part of a national conversation around questions of justice, race, and community. Members of the ICJS Justice Leaders Fellowship consider how Jewish, Christian, and Muslim teachings and practice can contribute to the public conversation about (in)justice. Opinions expressed in this blog are solely the author’s. ICJS welcomes a diversity of opinions and perspectives. We do not seek a single definition of justice between or within traditions.