As we celebrate MLK Day, we imagine how he would have fought for clean air and water for every community. Environmental justice is a civil rights issue.
Articles by Gina Carroll
Learn about a study that found that African-American women who reported more frequent experiences of racism had a greater likelihood of adult-onset asthma.
Learn about the Green Schools movement and how it helps reduce indoor air pollution and improve student performance. Ask your schools to go green!
Air pollution, particularly soot pollution, disproportionately affects people living in communities of color. Help us fight for clean air for everyone!
Read about Food Deserts and Food Swamps, places where no supermarkets make it difficult for people to have access to healthy food.
Learn about a company that is reducing pollution, helping the economy and increasing recycling all without asking for monetary donations.
Would you consider buying a diesel car? Learn some facts about how the diesel industry has cleaned up its act.
Learn how Douglas Lamborn, whose top donors are oil, gas and coal companies, falsely accused anti-pollution activist Maria Gunnoe of child pornography.
Let’s all talk about the weather. As extreme weather due to climate change and global warming becomes more common we all need to start talking about it.
Groups like Habitat for Humanity recognize that safe, stable, healthy homes are vital to children’s health and help provide safe indoor environments.
Learn how a divisive political climate is making it difficult to discuss the real needs of African American and Latino children with asthma.
A mother of privileged kids tries to remind them of their good fortune and be thankful and aware that some kids do not even have access to clean air.