Author: Howard Manly

Howard is a veteran journalist that has spent most of his award winning print and television career focused on the intersection of race, politics, and society. He has written for numerous publications, including Newsweek, the Boston Globe, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, and was executive editor of the Bay State Banner, one of the leading black newspapers in America. He is a senior fellow at the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School.

Why do BIPOC organizations overlook climate? And why do environmentalists ignore race?

Why do BIPOC organizations overlook climate? And why do environmentalists ignore race?

For indigenous communities, the Dakota Access Pipeline is a case of irreparable harm

For indigenous communities, the Dakota Access Pipeline is a case of irreparable harm

Gilbert Campbell: Challenging the solar power industry to make good on its diversity and inclusion promises 

Gilbert Campbell: Challenging the solar power industry to make good on its diversity and inclusion promises 

Justice has always died in America’s coal mines. We must face our past to build a better future.

Justice has always died in America’s coal mines. We must face our past to build a better future.

America’s coal contradiction: Why the country is struggling to leave coal behind

America’s coal contradiction: Why the country is struggling to leave coal behind

Chicago’s toxic waste corridor

Chicago’s toxic waste corridor

Is Biden the climate justice champion America needs?

Is Biden the climate justice champion America needs?

What is climate justice, anyway? 

What is climate justice, anyway? 

Climate justice: If not now, when?

Climate justice: If not now, when?

Years after the Flint crisis, toxic water still threatens the poorest Americans

Years after the Flint crisis, toxic water still threatens the poorest Americans

Virginia to hire its first environmental justice director

Virginia to hire its first environmental justice director

“Ecocide” may soon be punishable under international law

“Ecocide” may soon be punishable under international law

Public housing more at risk of climate-linked floods: New study

Public housing more at risk of climate-linked floods: New study

Dominion Energy’s $8 billion environmental justice blunder

Dominion Energy’s $8 billion environmental justice blunder

New environmental justice law in New Jersey faces uphill battle

New environmental justice law in New Jersey faces uphill battle

Somebody, anybody, give Trump a fiddle

Somebody, anybody, give Trump a fiddle