We Will Fight Back in Defense of Our Communities
 

We Will Fight Back in Defense of Our Communities

New America Media, Op-ed, Mia Yoshitani, Posted: Mar 24, 2017

In the face of Trump's hateful and destructive policies, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are rising up.

 

Refinery Expansion Threatens Already Poor Air Quality in Long Beach's 'Dead Zone'

 

Long Beach VoiceWaves, News Report, Crystal Niebla, Posted: Mar 23, 2017

Residents worry that air quality in what is often-called Long Beach's "dead zone" will worsen if plans go through to connect two existing power plants.

5 Water Warriors Defending Rights from North Dakota to Chile

 

Telesur, News Report, Posted: Mar 22, 2017

For World Water Day, teleSUR looks at some of the figures behind the fight to protect water in North, Central and South America.

 

Latinos Marinos - Advocacy Group Connects California’s Grassroots Coastal Advocates

 

New America Media, News Report, Peter Schurmann, Posted: Mar 21, 2017

A growing cohort of grassroots Latino activists points to the future of coastal advocacy in California.

To Safeguard Against Climate Change, Defend Obamacare

 

LA Sentinel, News Report, Posted: Mar 20, 2017

California has been a national leader in addressing climate change and ensuring access to health care. But we can't address these problems alone. If we want to protect and improve the health of all Californians, we need congressional and state leaders across the country to oppose all proposals that slow efforts to address climate change.

 

Doctors: Climate Change is Already Making America’s Kids Sicker

 

New America Media, News Report, Honora Montano, Posted: Mar 16, 2017

A report just out by a coalition of America's doctors warns that children are most vulnerable to the health impacts of climate change.

Judge Orders Former Flint, Mich. State Official to Write Letter of Apology to Residents Over Water Crisis

 

The Root, News Report, Posted: Mar 14, 2017

Corrine Miller, the retired director of the state Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Epidemiology will also have to perform 300 hours of community service, MLive reports.

Plea to Trump: Protect White House Council on Native American Affairs

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Mar 14, 2017

Senators pen letter asking Trump to continue White House Council on Native American Affairs and annual Tribal Nations Conferences.

 

Caribbean Immigrants on Miami’s Climate Change Battleground

 

Caribbean Today / New America Media, News Report, Dawn A. Davis, Posted: Mar 13, 2017

As the climate heats up, sea levels in Miami could rise as high as 3 feet by 2065, with catastrophic impacts.

 

Segregation by the Sea

 

Black Voice News, Photo Essay, Stephanie Williams, Posted: Feb 23, 2017

African Americans love California's warm weather and its sparkling coast, but gaining access to the state's beaches was not always easy.

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