A community’s fight against environmental racism in Savannah — Stories from the Movement
Dr. Mildred McClain shares the story of how radioactive pollution from a nuclear weapons production site led to the founding of the Harambee House/Citizens for Environmental Justice in Savannah, GA. For more than 30 years, the Harambee House has fought environmental racism by providing community members with tools to become agents of change within their own neighborhoods.
For more information about the Harambee House, visit The HarambeeHouse.net.
To learn how we can build a just and equitable climate future, visit www.AJustClimate.org.
No Community Left Behind: Mossville, Louisiana
Mossville, Louisiana was once beautiful. Now, there are at least 18 industrial facilities that surround Mossville like a donut - poisoning the residents.