Environmental & Climate Justice

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Articles

Environmental Racism is Real, Destructive and Deadly

Los Angeles Sentinel, May 2021

People of Color Breathe More Hazardous Air. The Sources Are Everywhere.

The New York Times, April 2021

There’s no climate justice

without racial justice

Orlando Sentinel, April 2021

To Build Back Better, We

Must End Fossil Fuel Racism

Greenpeace, April 2021

How computer mapping

could help Biden find and fix polluted neighborhoods

Reuters, April 2021

America's dirty divide: how environmental racism leaves

the vulnerable behind

The Guardian, Feb. 2021

'If white people were still here, this wouldn’t happen': the majority-

Black town flooded with sewage

The Guardian, Feb. 2021

A Black 'Cancer Alley'

Community Makes Gains

Against Massive Plastics Plant

Drilled News, Dec. 2020

How Decades of Racist

Housing Policy Left

Neighborhoods Sweltering

The New York Times, Aug. 2020

When a Virus Exposes

Environmental Injustice

NRDC, April 2020

'Heat islands': racist housing

policies in US linked to deadly heatwave exposure

The Guardian, Jan. 2020

'They chose us because we were rural and poor': when environmental racism and climate change collide

The Guardian, March 2019

US black and Hispanic minorities

bear disproportionate burden

from air pollution

Science Daily, March 2019

People of Color Are on the Front Lines of the Climate Crisis

Green American Magazine, Spring 2016

Books

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The Poisoned City:

Flint's Water and

 the American

Urban Tragedy

Anna Clark 2018

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A Terrible Thing to Waste: Environmental Racism

and Its Assault on the American Mind

Harriet Washington,  2019

Watch

Discovering the Flint Water Crisis

Chelsea Clinton and Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha discuss the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. (28 min.)

How heat is radically altering Americans' lives before

they're even born

(6 min.)

Listen

A podcast, by the Southern

Environmental Law Center, with 

environmental stories in the South.

Decolonizing Science

The Ecology of Racism

with Chris Schel‪l‬

Floodlines

Hurricane Katrina. A story of rumors, betrayal, & one of the most misunderstood events in American history. (9 episodes)

Organizations Working for Climate Justice

Generation

Green

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Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

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Florida Rising

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Southern Enivronmental

Law Center

WE ACT

For Environmental Justice