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Habiba Alcindor

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Habiba Alcindor

Habiba Alcindor is the communications coordinator for The Nation. She is an aspiring screenwriter who lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and is currently writing a soap opera.


News and Features

The People of Color working group aims to bring more minorities into the Occupation, as well as to make sure that people of color are repesented throughout the movement.

Did the Poverty Tour succeed in dramatizing the magnitude of poverty’s impact on America—or simply draw attention to its organizers' criticisms of Obama?

An African-American community with New Deal roots finds some hope in a farmers' market.

Sports make a great framework for examining politics.

Did the recent College Democrats of New York State Convention augur a new day for the Democratic Party?

For black farmers, succeeding financially and bringing healthy food to
urban markets remains an uphill battle against a lack of business

Black farmers and the agrarian culture they embody are rapidly disappearing.

The largest gathering ever of Native Americans in the nation's capital greets the opening of the NMAI.

Before you place a bid on that original Jeff Koons ceramic Puppy vase, you might want to take a peek at Donald Kuspit's The End of Art.


Massive backlash against the Ethnic Studies ban has been slow in coming but could prove politically disastrous for the powers that be.
Interviews with the winners of the 2010 Nation Student Writing Contest.