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Nadege Green

Director, Community Research and Storytelling, Community Justice Project

Nadege Green is director of community research and storytelling at the Community Justice Project. She is a community historian and writer investigating how historical and contemporary local government policies impact everyday people. Green uses analysis, data, and narratives from the directly impacted to address housing inequities, climate justice, and other issues in Miami-Dade County disproportionately affecting black and brown communities. Her work has appeared in the Miami Herald, The Atlantic, and on NPR. Green is a senior civic media fellow at University of Southern California's Annenberg Innovation Lab and co-produced and reported for the climate gentrification in Miami podcast “There Goes the Neighborhood Miami.” She was previously a scholar in residence at New York University's Center of Black Visual Culture and the inaugural scholar in residence at University of Miami's Center for Global Black Studies.

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