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Emma Green


Emma Green is a staff writer at The Atlantic, writing on religion, especially as it overlaps with politics and culture. A 2012 graduate of Georgetown University where she studied government, Green began a fellowship with The Atlantic after graduating and has been there ever since. In 2017, she won first place for the Religion News Association’s Excellence in Religion News Analysis for Multi-Media Coverage and second place in three other categories for her writing for The Atlantic. Growing up in the South, Green had an early appreciation for the role faith plays in people’s lives. On her Twitter bio, she describes herself as a “Writer + troublemaker.”

Life after Georgetown | profile | Georgetown University
How Two Mississippi College Students Fell in Love and Decided to Join a Terrorist Group | article | The Atlantic
The Rebirth of America’s Pro-Natalist Movement | article | The Atlantic
There Are More Black Catholics in the U.S. Than Members of the A.M.E. Church | article | The Atlantic
‘Atlantic’ Journalist Shows How to Get Religion Right | interview | Cruxnow

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