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Nurah Amat'ullah

Nurah Amat'ullah appears in the following:

Your Anecdotal Census: the Bronx

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

William Bosworth, professor of political science at Lehman College, and director of the Bronx Data Center, talks about sociogeographic changes in the Bronx in the last ten years. Then, Freddy Ferrer, former Bronx Borough President and former mayoral candidate , talks about his borough and the Hispanic population that calls it home. Then, Gary Axelbank, host of BronxTalk, the borough's flagship weekly television talk show, talks about Bronx's changing demographics. Miquela Craytor, executive director of Sustainable South Bronx -- a community group advocating for more green jobs in the Bronx -- discusses the changes she's seen in the last ten years. Finally, Nurah Amatullah, executive director of the Muslim Women's Institute for Research and Development, talks about changes to the Bronx from the perspective of running a food pantry and the availability of healthy food.

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Hungry in New York

Friday, November 20, 2009

Aine Duggan, The Food Bank for New York City's vice president of Research, Policy & Education, and Nurah Amat'ullah, executive director of the Islamic Women's Institute for Research and Development, discuss hunger in New York and demand at food pantries across the city.

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