Carla Green

Carla Green

Managing Producer, 'UnFictional'

Producer

Carla Green is a reporter, fact checker and the managing producer of UnFictional. She has reported news and longform stories on a wide variety of topics, but primarily covers the housing and homelessness crisis in Los Angeles. You can find more of her work at her website.

Carla Green on KCRW

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