The NAACP’s “Coal Blooded Action Toolkit” provides the necessary framework and tools to build a foundation for eliminating pollution from coal for impacted communities.
Moms Clean Air Force staff and members confront racism, the coronavirus Trump’s EPA, and make news throughout the country.
“The Impact of COVID-19 on Latinos in the U.S.” study outlines how the Latino community is at the uppermost rates for Americans dying from COVID-19.
Remezcla highlighted three of our Moms Clean Air Force staff and state coordinators in an article titled, “Environmental Justice: These Latina activists Are on the Frontlines.”
Latin GRAMMY Award winner, Mister G’s new children’s book Señorita Mariposa, tells the extraordinary journey that monarch butterflies take each year from Canada to Mexico.
A new study has collected data to support the fact that an unequal equation is in play in the US when it comes to the consequences of fine particulate matter air pollution, known as PM2.5.
Learn about the group Ecomadres, a group of Latino men and women fighting for clean air, pollution regulations, and climate action.
Read our exclusive interview with an environmental health pediatrician in Puerto Rico who talks about Zika, Hurricane Maria, and environmental advocacy.
Results from the U.S. midterm election are mostly in, and, when it comes to what they mean for the environment, they’re a real mixed bag.
See pictures and read about Congressional leaders and moms joining forces at our 5th annual Play-in for Climate Action on July 11, 2018.
Hear from Moms Clean Air Force’s Dominique Browning about the connection between caring about the environment and caring about children at the border.
Learn about research indicating that increased heat, and hotter classrooms, decreases students’ learning abilities, especially for students of color.