Learn why over 500 Moms Clean Air Force members from across the country united in Washington, DC on July 13, 2017 to Play-In for Climate Action.
Read about a new Moms Clean Air Force survey showing that moms across the country want our leaders to protect kids from air pollution and climate change.
Peggy Shepard, co-founder of WE ACT, talks about environmental justice in New York City and the effect of the Trump administration on existing regulations.
Learn about East Chicago, Indiana, a community that has been poisoned by lead for 40 years and needs recognition and assistance.
Learn how President Trump’s EPA budget cuts will impact communities of color, mainly through withdrawal of funding for the Office of Environmental Justice.
Learn about Fueling U.S. Forward, backed by Koch brothers’ dollars, and aims to specifically target minorities about the false “benefits” of fossil fuels.
Learn why this Black History Month, it’s more important than ever to protect environmental justice and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Learn how the Trump administration is likely not to prioritize children’s health and communities of color, two groups most affected by pollution.
Read an interview with Reverend Lennox Yearwood, President and CEO of Hip Hop Caucus and learn why he’s mobilizing the social justice org to act on climate.
Read why the African Methodist Episcopal church, one of the largest in the US, is warning that black people are disproportionately harmed by climate change.
Hear from Dr. E. Faye Williams on the importance of empowering black women, especially when it comes to climate action and supporting the Clean Power Plan.
Hear from a first generation Mexican American growing up in South East Los Angeles County on why Sacrifice Zones are the front lines of toxic exposure.