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George Floyd's Death Is a Failure of Generations of Leadership

Elizabeth Hinton The New York Times
Policymakers in the 1960s had the answers - give political and economic power to the people - but walked away. Instead, policymakers blamed black people for the instability, ignoring the buildup of centuries of racial oppression.

“When They Kill One, A Thousand More Are Born”

Jen Moore Foreign Policy in Focus
Ten years ago, water activist Mariano Abarca was murdered in Chiapas. Since then, conditions have gotten worse. To mark the anniversary and continued struggle, his life was honored by a presentation of an environmental defense award in his honor.

Weaponizing Water in South Asia: World Needs a Water Treaty

Conn Hallinan Foreign Policy in Focus
The world has enough water for 7 billion people, but not if countries waste, hoard, or weaponize it. Ongoing tensions over Kashmir have transformed water into a national security issue for both India and Pakistan.

2019 Will Be a Big Year for Water

Tara Lohan The Revelator
wildlife refuge in Nevada We’ll have to contend with new limits to the Clean Water Act, growing threats from climate change and fixing our aging infrastructure.

When Great Lakes Water Is ‘Public’ And When It Isn’t

Scott Gordon Science Friday
Public water utilities serve industrial customers all the time—Racine currently has about 40—yet Wisconsin is confronting the inherent tension of fueling a private for-profit operation with a water resource that is protected as a public trust and governed at state and regional levels.
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