Decades after Watts revolted, the Black neighborhood is being ‘revitalized’ — but the cost is steep
Residents wonder how the most environmentally burdened place in California became one of the most vied-for plots of land in all of LA.
Are white people bad for the environment?
The origins of global warming are “rooted in a racism of ‘I know better.’”
WATCH: A live chat with Alicia Garza and Leah Penniman on climate and racial justice
A live conversation on the recipe for a just and sustainable future.
The EPA just accused Missouri’s environmental agency of violating the Civil Rights Act
The findings are the latest example of how the Biden administration is prioritizing environmental justice.
Western tribes already lacked water access. Now there’s a megadrought.
Why some tribal advocates and water experts are feeling hopeful.
Fossil fuel interests say they’re allies of communities of color. The NAACP disagrees.
The storied civil rights organization is warning its chapters of the "top 10 manipulation tactics of the fossil fuel industry."
America’s biggest jails are frontline environmental justice communities
The three biggest county jail systems in the U.S. demonstrate how incarcerated people are uniquely exposed to environmental hazards.
How Wall Street funds environmental injustice against women
A new report examines the link between banks, fossil fuels, and health risks to women
Zoned out: One woman’s half-century fight to desegregate Berkeley
The legacy of race-based housing rules continues to shape the landscape of big cities.
Dr. Robert Bullard, the ‘father of environmental justice,’ is watching the movement grow up
Bullard was early to understanding the unequal environmental burdens faced by vulnerable communities.