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Hassan, Amina

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Amina Hassan, a second generation Angeleno, is an independent scholar and an award-winning public radio documentarian with productions ranging from the coup and on-the-spot recording of the U.S. invasion of Grenada, to a radio series for National Public Radio on how race, class and gender shape American sport. Her Ph.D. from Ohio University is in rhetorical criticism. She received her bachelor of arts from the University of California, Berkeley. Presently, she is working on the first critical biography of Loren Miller, civil rights attorney and journalist.
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