Ismaeel Dhul-Qarnayn is a community organizer, artist, researcher based in Detroit. He is also particularly invested in social  justice work and highlighting the work of Black Muslim artists and activists. He is the go-director Gathering All Muslim Artists (GAMA) and Vice President of Neighborly Needs and has worked as Housing Director at Dream of Detroit.  As a composer, guitarist, and writer, he leads Lu Fuki and Divine Providence, performing throughout the country. His work on the  Black Muslims and Jazz project in the Detroit is at the Stamps Gallery at the University of Michigan and currently at the Scarab Club gallery in Detroit.

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