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How the cooperative food movement is evolving

How the cooperative food movement is evolving

Suparna Kudesia, the executive director of the Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive, explains what’s at stake and what’s ahead for the cooperative movement, as well the work CoFED is doing to build a more just food system.

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Listen: Understanding the link between racial justice and the fight against climate change

Listen: Understanding the link between racial justice and the fight against climate change

While the importance of environmental justice is becoming more mainstream, too often people in this movement who are Black, Indigenous and people of color are overlooked and left out of conversations about how to solve the crisis.

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Sadiq Khan: ‘Climate crisis is a racial justice issue’ as black and Asian Londoners most affected

The global climate crisis is a matter of racial injustice, the mayor of London has warned, as new research reveals that black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are most at risk of being affected by harmful emissions in the capital.

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“Respect Us, or Expect Us”: Indigenous women continue to fight against Pipeline 3

Resistance efforts, largely led by Indigenous women and two-spirit individuals, have been fighting the tar sands pipeline for the last seven years. And many are looking to hold President Joe Biden accountable for promises made and broken.

Could the voting rights fight hinder climate and energy policies?
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Could the voting rights fight hinder climate and energy policies?

Communities of color are more likely to support pollution controls, renewable energy and other climate policies than white communities.
Mass incarceration is an environmental justice issue, and vice versa
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Mass incarceration is an environmental justice issue, and vice versa

Prisoners in the United States are forced to drink contaminated water, breathe poor quality air, and live on or near land full of hazardous materials. These experts say that this must change.
A call to return land to tribal nations grows stronger
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A call to return land to tribal nations grows stronger

Educator Corinne Rice answers all of our questions about the Land Back movement.
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