Nadege Green is a researcher, writer, community archivist and audio producer based in Miami.
Her work centers the lived experiences of Black people in South Florida. Her practice and approach to storytelling is deeply rooted in history and first-person narratives that explore and connect issues around race, culture, climate justice, health inequities, poverty and displacement. She is currently editing a community anthology on gun violence in Miami-Dade and is the founder of Black Miami-Dade, an emerging digital platform that resists the erasure of Miami-Dade’s Black past.
Her reporting has appeared on NPR, WLRN News, Marketplace, PRI’s The World and in the Miami Herald.
She is a frequent lecturer and speaker in academic and community settings around disparities in Miami-Dade, community storytelling, local history and race. A child of Haitian immigrants and former farmworkers, she was born and raised in the county of Dade.