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Hip Hop Caucus to Bring Climate Campus Tour to Schools
Organization behind "Vote or Die" looks to raise awareness on pollution....


Survey Finds a Majority of Blacks Recognize That Pollution Is a Serious Threat
Fifty-three percent of African-Americans report that pollution is a problem....


Why Pollution and the Environment Matter to Black People
Continued exposure to air pollution and other environmental toxins has taken its toll on the health...


Most Black Students in Michigan Attend High-Pollution Schools
A new study shows that minority students in Michigan are more likely than whites to attend schools ...


Q&A With Environmental Activist Majora Carter
Majora Carter talks activism, “greening the ghetto” and the future of the urban environmentalist mo...


Commentary: How Being Black and Green Is in Our DNA
Introducing Green For All’s new executive director Nikki Silvestri....


Report: Most Americans still live in unclean air
Report: Most Americans still live in unclean air...


Earth Day: No more burning rivers, but new threats
Earth Day: No more burning rivers | but new threats...


Commentary: How It Helps America for Blacks to Go Green
From campus leaders to hip hop stars and young entrepreneurs, people of color are leading the way t...


Commentary: Black Leaders Are Building a Healthy Green Economy
The Congressional Black Caucus and companies like Volt Energy are so important for the green job in...


Clean Air Rules Seen Adding 1.5 Million Jobs Through 2015
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Looming U.S. rules that power utilities face on air pollution could create n...


With No Room to Put Snow, Eastern Waterways Beckon
BOSTON (AP) -- Imagine the East Coast's largest cities mixing a brew of salt, motor oil, trash and ...


Third Hand Smoke: The New Cancer Risk for Children
Residue of smoking from outside can affect young kids....


Ten Years Later, 9/11 Responders and Workers Still Suffer Many Illnesses
Studies show first responders and workers they have a 10 percent higher chance of developing cancer...


Transcript: 2014 State of the Union Address
In his 2014 State of the Union address, President Obama says the U.S. "is better-positioned for the...


Respect My Vote: The Hip Hop Caucus Merges Community and Politics
Reverend Lennox Yearwood Jr. builds hip hop's voting power....


Cabinet Members Tout Obama’s Track Record
The National Action Network played host to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and EPA Administrator Lisa J...


U.N. to Investigate Plight of Native Americans
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on indigenous peoples launched the first-ever investigation i...


Olympics Track Coach Jeanette Bolden Breaks New Ground
Posted July 14, 2008 – When Olympian Jeanette Bolden returns to the games next month, she will have...


News| Hurricane Katrina | Global Warming Could Spell Disaster for Blacks
Posted Jan. 18, 2006 – If you thought Hurricane Katrina was a once-in-a-lifetime fluke, think again...

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