Feds and the State Offer Relief for Flooded Homes in Louisiana
 

Feds and the State Offer Relief for Flooded Homes in Louisiana

The Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Susan Buchanan, Posted: Aug 29, 2016

More than 100,000 homes were damaged or destroyed after an inland tropical depression entered Louisiana on August 12 from the east.

 

Poll Finds Overwhelming Support for National Parks Among Voters of Color

 

New America Media, Video, Ann Basette, Text by Peter Schurmann, Posted: Aug 24, 2016

A new poll finds strong bipartisan support for public lands among voters from minority communities, despite an information gap that keeps many from accessing them.

 

An Untapped Natural Resource: Our National Public Lands and the 'New America'

 

New America Media, Poll, Posted: Aug 23, 2016

A new poll finds overwhelming support for public lands among voters of color, despite a knowledge gap that keeps many away.

 

Flood Victims in South Louisiana Shelters Ease as Water Recedes

 

Louisiana Weekly, News Report, Susan Buchanan, Posted: Aug 22, 2016

As of presstime on Friday, more than 90,000 Louisiana flood victims had applied for assistance from FEMA.

 

In The Shadow of Chevron, Residents 'Fear the Worst'

 

Richmond Pulse, Commentary, Isabella Zizi, Posted: Aug 17, 2016

When you live in a low-income community in the shadows of Chevron, every single day you have to ask yourself, "When is another explosion going to happen?"

Protests Over Environmental Justice in Vietnam Continue Despite Police Threat

 

Vietnam Right Now, News Report, Posted: Aug 09, 2016

The rallies were held despite allegations from the police chief of Nghe An province that Viet Tan, the Vietnam reform party headquartered in the United States, was behind the environmental movement.

 

In Ca. Clean Air Fight, Environmental Justice Takes a Leading Role

 

Inside Climate News, News Report, David Hasemyer, Posted: Aug 05, 2016

As regional air quality board takes an industry-friendly turn, Democratic lawmakers seek a voice for minority communities disproportionately affected by pollution.

As Temperatures Climb Across the Country, Workers Will Suffer

 

In These Times, News Report, Posted: Jul 13, 2016

The summer of 2016 is barely two weeks old, but this year is already on track to break high temperature records in the United States.

 

LA Supervisors Put ‘Green-for-All’ Parks on Fall Ballot

 

New America Media, News Report, George White , Posted: Jul 06, 2016

L.A.’s County Board of Supervisors approved a tax measure for the fall ballot to fund green-for-all parks, especially needed for low-income communities of color.

 

What Would the 4th of July Be Without The Parks?

 

New America Media, News Report, Jacqueline Garcia, Posted: Jul 05, 2016

Throughout the Southland, the evening of July 4th, lit up with fireworks, was a joyful end to a day that families across Los Angeles spent enjoying county parks.

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