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Najha Zigbi-Johnson is a writer and cultural strategist exploring contemporary art, culture, and social-movement history. Her work has been published by Volume Gallery, Harvard Divinity School, Columbia University Press, and more. She is the editor of Mapping Malcolm, a publication that brings together artists, community organizers, and scholars to consider the politics of Black space-making in Harlem. Zigbi-Johnson also teaches political science at the Macaulay Honors College at the City College of New York.

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