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Reniqua Allen

Specializes in: Profiles, Government, Ethnic Issues, race, African Americans, women

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New York, NY  
Phone: 202-257-7311
Fax: 212-633-2015
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Work has previously appeared: National Daily Newspaper, Daily Newspaper, Community Newspaper, National Magazine, National Television, Local Television, National Radio, Local Radio, Online Newsmagazine, Web Log

Reniqua Allen is currently the Emerging Voices fellow at Demos and a freelance journalist. She writes and produces on issues surrounding race, class, public policy and popular culture, with a particular focus on the black middle class. Previously, she was an associate producer for the PBS newsmagazine Moyers & Company and a fellow at the New America Foundation. She has produced and written for outlets such as The Washington Post, The Guardian, Congressional Quarterly, Politico, PBS, MSNBC, and HBO and was a producer on two Sundance nominated films about social justice issues-Hot Coffee and We’re Not Broke. Reniqua has completed coursework for a Phd in American Studies from Rutgers University and is working on a dissertation that will explore the “Post-Cosby” representations of the black middle class on television and the relationship to public policy. She has a BA in journalism and an MA in political science from American University.

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