Linah Mohammad Linah Mohammad is a producer on All Things Considered.
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Linah Mohammad

Linah Mohammad

Producer, All Things Considered

Prior to joining NPR in 2022, Mohammad was a producer on The Washington Post's daily flagship podcast Post Reports, where her work was recognized by multiple awards. She was honored with a Peabody award for her work on an episode on the life of George Floyd.

Mohammad hails from Palestine by way of Texas and Jordan, and is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington.

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How Americans are rethinking their spending habits

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A sketch of R. Kelly during his sentencing hearing Wednesday in New York. Elizabeth Williams/AP hide caption

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R. Kelly is sentenced to 30 years in prison

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City of Amarillo, Texas, asks for help identifying U.A.O. — Unknown Amarillo Object

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Overachiever Tracy Flick faces her unmet life expectations in 'Tracy Flick Can't Win'

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U.K. is marking Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee with parties, parades — and merch

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The cake attack isn't the first time 'Mona Lisa' has been targeted over the years

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'Love on the Spectrum' shows what dating can be like for people with autism

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Mona Fort, who died of COVID, is remembered with 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra

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Sandy Hook parent explains what Uvalde families need from us right now

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Shkoon's album 'FIRAQ' gets to their roots, fusing Arabic folklore and German techno

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It's a mink... It's a muskrat... It's an otter in the Detroit River

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A widow's unlikely friendship with a giant Pacific octopus

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After Roe V. Wade: What's next for the anti-abortion movement?

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A Palestinian-Syrian chef's cookbook invites people to see any meal as a celebration

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