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Environmental racism is the disproportionate burden of environmental hazards placed on people of color and low-income communities. Policies and practices have historically forced these communities to live close to mines, sewage works, power stations, and landfills, which often leads to adverse health effects and other challenges.
Join The Center for a panel discussion exploring the history of environmental racism and the fight for environmental justice through a truth and transformation lens. Our panel will also explore the relationship between climate change and environmental injustice and how citizens can join the fight for environmental justice.