Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director wrote about why she believes Black communities are not just fighting for their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. They are COVIDing while Black.
Articles by Heather McTeer Toney
Moms are angry at the inequity, injustice and immorality running rampant. We are choosing protection over pollution, and we are choosing our children over EVERYTHING.
Along with the rest of the world, the Moms Clean Air Force team is learning to cope with a new reality during this difficult health crisis. Our state organizers, national team, and volunteers share how they are mothering in the midst of the coronavirus.
In the Washington Post, Moms Clean Air Force’s Heather McTeer Toney discusses how she parents as an environmental justice activist in the face of our climate crisis.
National Field Director Heather McTeer Toney delivered this testimony to the House Oversight Committee about the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards on Thursday, February 6, 2020.
Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director wrote about why she believes addressing our differences is the only way to create discourse—and solutions to fight climate change.
An article in Parents magazine highlights the work of Moms Clean Air Force’s national field director Heather McTeer Toney, and how the things she does in her own home make a difference.
In today’s New York Times, Moms Clean Air Force’s Heather McTeer Toney tells us why black women are leaders in the climate movement, and why African American communities are depending on mothers to lead the fight against pollution.
This is the full text of the testimony of Heather McTeer Toney, Moms Clean Air Force’s National Field Director, in support of strengthening the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards.
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