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Water Is Life. Can We Protect It?

Robin Broad, John Cavanagh Otherwords
If ordinary people can overcome powerful companies to protect their water in a poor country like El Salvador, imagine what their counterparts can do here.

How Workers Can Demand Climate Justice

Todd E. Vachon, Gerry Hudson, Judith LeBlanc & Saket Soni The American Prospect
Workers, people of color, Native peoples, and the poor have borne and will continue to bear the brunt of this crisis if we don’t find the means to avert it. We must forge alliances that can fight for climate justice, a sustainable, resilient future.

From Notre Dame to Flint, Our Giving Exposes Who We Are

Wei Jia and Azadeh Shahshahani Colorlines
Authors Wei Jia and Project South’s Azadeh Shahshahani explore why the cathedral is being rebuilt by billionaires, but—five years after the water crisis began — Flint still doesn’t have safe water.
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