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    Reaping the Bitter Fruit Sown in Baltimore

    Is it justified to simply scorn the behavior of bad actors who wreak havoc upon neighborhoods in Baltimore without accounting for the unabated decades-long systemic isolation and degradation of communities of color by the...

    How the Energy Sector Can Benefit African Americans

    America’s energy sector is transforming as a result of investments in smart energy grids, increased use of renewables and rising oil and gas generation. The changes taking place within this area of the economy...

    Black America on Target to Save the Environment

    Black folks and people of color make up 38 percent of our nation’s population but with only 12 percent are in leadership positions in environmental organizations.  Now, if you think that’s just a Black...

    A Missing Black Political Conversation on Climate Change

    Lead-tainted public water in Flint, Mich., may have become a bottle water-grabbing cause celebre in 2016 as Black social movements protested the scandalous manmade disaster that poisoned the entire working class, majority-Black city. Black...

    How to Stump Trump and Save the Environment

    As an environmentalist, I am bracing myself for the worst case scenarios our current elected president and his administration could implement. In recent years, the world has slowed its impact on the environment by making...

    Trump Stance on the Environment is a Disgrace

    For years now I have been spreading the message to protect, preserve, and to give honor to the very being that all life resides upon, EARTH. Our newly-elected president, Donald Trump has a very different...

    Energy Industry Could Be Beneficial for African Americans

    It is expected over the several few years that utility companies across the United States will spend between $1.5 trillion and $2 trillion on infrastructure investments. Those investments and the projected growth of the...

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