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Hannah Harris Green is a Los Angeles based reporter and essayist interested in globalization and inequality.

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    Education & Honors

  • Fulbright Alistair Cooke Award in Journalism
    For: M.A. in Radio Broadcast at Goldsmiths, University of London, awarded 11/2015
  • B.A. in Asian and Middle Eastern History from Northwestern University
  • Intensive Urdu language study with the American Institute of Indian Studies in Lucknow, India



Selected Works

On-Air

Marketplace: As many students nationwide grapple with hunger, California offers food assistance

KPCC: How Revry is building a queer streaming service for a global audience

KPCC: How a theater workshop is bringing military veterans together to write plays

Pacifica: Reclaiming Public Schools: Education in the Trump Era

KPCC: The LA-centric music of Issa Rae's 'Insecure'

KCRW: King Ding-A-Ling

Research/Opinion

Rewire: Prescription Opioid Addiction is a Women's Issue

How We Get To Next: The Future of Birth Control Means Facing Up to Its Sexist Past

How We Get To Next: Translating Identity Across the Language Barrier

Jstor Daily: THE ONGOING LEGAL PLIGHT OF LGBTQ REFUGEES

The Guardian: Cop Shows and Racism

Racialicious: The Vagina Monologues in Hindi

Think Progress: Solar Energy in India

Reportage

Tonic: What It's Like to Be a Refugee With an MD

VICE: Colleges Are Finally Taking Student Hunger Seriously

Quartz: American women are getting birth control that will outlast Donald Trump

Los Angeles Review of Books: On the Need for Queer Podcasts

Scroll.in: Asian Americans are sending their parents letters to explain what the Black Lives Matter campaign is

Vice News: What It's Like to Be Violently Deported from the UK

Open Magazine: Standing Up Against Campus Rape

The Caravan: Pakistani Drama on the British Stage

Forbes: Credit Scores for the World's Poor

LA Weekly: Her Name in Lights

Q&A

De La Soul De La Soul's New Album Puts a New Spin on the Sampling Controversy

Darius Clark Monroe Current Filmmaker, Former Bank Robber

Saba Ahmed Activist, Lawyer, Republican, Muslim

Jose Antonio Vargas Pulitzer Prize Winner, Undocumented Immigrant

Jen and Sylvia Soska Horror film directors, identical twins

Ismail Ferdous Activist Photographer

Amar Kaleka Son of a Hate Crime Victim, Challenger to Paul Ryan

Kamal KM Indian Independent Filmmaker

Joshua Oppenheimer Director of The Act of Killing

Reviews

Human Condition

In the Light of What We Know

Behind the Beautiful Forevers

Capital

Liar's Dice

The Afghanistan Picture Show

Wave

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