Fatimah Jackson

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Biologist, anthropologist and educator

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According to Wikipedia, Fatimah Linda Collier Jackson is an American biologist and anthropologist. She is a Professor of Biology at Howard University and Director of its Cobb Research Laboratory. Early life, family and education Jackson was raised in Denver, Colorado. Her mother was raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Fatimah's father was a mechanic who died when she was six years old. One of her great-grandmothers was descended from Choctaw people and was an herbalist. She attended elementary school, junior high school, and high school which were predominantly African-American.

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