Amy Braken

Boston-based independent reporter and radio producer.

She mostly covers migration and all things Haitian but has also reported on religion and human rights, and she likes exploring the history behind current events.

She is a graduate of Columbia School of Journalism and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

She has also covered the environment in Alaska, music in Rio, language in Belize, and diversity around Paris, France. Her stories have aired on PRI’s The World and NPR’s Morning Edition, and appeared in Foreign Policy and The Christian Science Monitor, among others. Migration and confinement are long-standing interests, into which she has delved both academically and journalistically.