Host: Greg Dalton
Guests: Ingrid Brostrom, Assistant Director, Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment; Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley, Board Member, Interfaith Power and Light; Mystic, Musician, Bay Area Coordinator, Hip Hop Caucus
While the environmental movement is typically associated with upper-class white folk, it is also a civil rights issue. Communities of color often live closest to factories and refineries that spew toxic pollution. That’s one reason why polls show more African Americans and Latinos say climate is a serious concern than whites. So why do environmental movements lack diversity, and why has it been so difficult for nonprofits to reach communities of color? We talk to hip hop artist and activist, Mystic, civil rights hero Rev. Gerald Durley and civil rights lawyer, Ingrid Brostrom to learn more.
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