by Kristilyn Whigham onApril 22, 2011
As millions around the world celebrate Earth Day, there is cause for concern for minorities who face environmental injustice.
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Your Take: Blacks face health consequences as a result of pollution. We need to demand change now.
by Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd onFebruary 12, 2013
Inspired by a recent storm, Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd explains in a piece for Ebony why this generation's greatest environmental challenge is even more serious for black people.
January 21, 2013
As he starts a second term, we look at how he's addressed eco-hazards in poor and minority areas.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onMarch 2, 2012
EPA chief Lisa P. Jackson says it's not about loving nature -- it's a civil rights issue.
by Cynthia Gordy onAugust 27, 2011
Administrator Lisa P. Jackson says all people deserve clean communities. Here's what she's done.
by Cynthia Gordy onAugust 15, 2011
We're facing a national crisis. Here's how some communities are solving the problem.
April 20, 2011
On the anniversary of the BP oil spill, an NAACP investigation reveals major holes in the recovery process.
by Lynette Holloway onApril 18, 2011
A year after a rig explosion sent millions of barrels of oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico, thousands await payment of their claims for lost income.
by Brentin Mock onApril 18, 2011
On the anniversary of the Gulf oil spill, all is not well for the people or the environment of the Gulf. The oil may be gone, but the damage remains, says a Gulf-restoration advocate.
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