United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

A group of people of all ages and races stand holding banners and signs, walking in a protest for ecojustice. One sign is a large medicine wheel with "water is life" written in white around the outside of the circle.

So You Want to Talk About Environmental Justice

Warren County, 1982—rural, low income, and predominantly black. North Carolina announced their intention to move illegally contaminated soil from state roadsides to a newly constructed hazardous waste landfill in the small town of Afton. The decision sparked six weeks of marches and street protests during which more than 500 people were arrested, including civil rights leader Benjamin F. …

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