Celebrate Women's History month at a special conversation with Haiti's First Lady of music, Emeline Michel and South Florida's own award winning journalist Nadege Green. Together they'll explore Emeline Michel's unique perspective on the way gender roles and culture affect her work as a composer, singer and humanitarian.
MODERATED BY: WLRN's Nadege Green
Nadege Green is an award-winning journalist and producer for WLRN, South Florida’s NPR station. Green's journalistic philosophy relies on the power of storytelling in order to give voices to communities that aren’t always heard. Along with covering social justice issues for WLRN, she also reports on the arts and dance.Green recently produced a story on Haitian dance company Ayikodans and what it’s like to create art amid political turmoil.She started her journalism career at the Miami Herald covering city governments and the local Haitian community.Green is a graduate of Barry University where she majored in English. A Miami native with Haitian roots, she lives with her two magical sons and husband in Miami-Dade, Fl.