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Ben Chavis on the Environmental Justice Movement

Ben Chavis Facing South
Forty-two years ago, North Carolina discovered that a company in the Northeast had dumped tons of polychlorinated biphenyls — PCBs, very cancer-causing carcinogenic substance — along the highways of North Carolina.

The Struggle for What’s Essential

Jen Moore Foreign Policy in Focus
Global mining companies have used the pandemic to push unwanted projects on vulnerable communities, who are fighting back — and sometimes winning.

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Acts of Rebel Sanity

Frances Moore Lappé The Progressive
With the past half-century’s experience, it’s become harder to deny that suffering arises not from nature’s deficit but humanity’s failure—our failure to reverse the tightening concentration of wealth and the decline of democracies around the world.
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