Emily Green is a freelance reporter based in Mexico City and a producer with KCRW's Independent Producer Project.
Green is a former City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, and a former Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal.
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