Examining the history of environmental justice and the interconnectedness of social inequality.

Last summer, I sat down, perusing through Instagram days after the horrifying murder of George Floyd. An eye-catching graphic reading, “Environmentalists for Black Lives Matter” infiltrated my screen as I scrolled up and down. I stopped and clicked on the post. The moment I started reading the infographic, it became evident that I would never view social inequality or activism campaigns the same. CONTINUE IN SHEVILLE.ORG

ENVIRONMENT, social justice

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