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The Truth About Environmental Racism

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...

For over 30 years, communities, governments and businesses around the world have struggled with climate change. Each year we witness increases in the Earth's temperature, the frequency of natural disasters, the pollution of oceans, and adverse health outcomes resulting from the climate crisis. These environmental threats highlight the urgent need to act now. Evidence shows...

Women Fighting for the Right to Vote

Throughout American history, women have fought for the right to vote. Think about the role Stacey Abrams’ organization, Fair Fight, played in the 2020 election. That effort followed a significant tradition. Our program, Women Fighting for the Right to Vote, explores the actions women have taken in history and today to secure the right to...