How Ahmadiyya Muslims Influenced Early Islam in America - Dr. Fatimah Fanusie





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Uploaded on Oct 20, 2010

In this April 2010 lecture at the Muslim Community Cultural Center in Baltimore, MD, Dr. Fatimah Fanusie discusses her groundbreaking PhD research on the role of the Ahmadiyya Muslim movement in spreading Islam in early 20th century America, particularly among urban African Americans. She conducted her research during her dissertation work at Howard University; her study is the most comprehensive academic research to date on the intellectual history of Nation of Islam founder W.D. Fard Muhammad and expands upon scholars' previous understanding of the history of Islam in the United States.

Dr. Fanusie is working on turning her PhD research into a book. For more information on her work or to request speaking engagements, please visit the "HistoryDr" Youtube channel and send us a message. You may have to add or sign on to a Youtube account to contact us.

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