No racial justice, no climate justice: Climate change will harm people of color most

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No racial justice, no climate justice: Climate change will harm people of color most

A Study by Yale University’s Climate Change Communication Project shows America’s most inconvenient truth: In the fight for the climate, minorities have the most to lose If the global anti-climate change protests of September 2019 were a triumph for the climate movement, the racial justice protests of the last six weeks signal how much work there is to do. In the United States, it doesn’t make any difference what town you’re in or which economic strata defines you: Racial inequality is omnipresent. The best current example of that is Covid-19.…

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