From hog lagoons to sewage sludge to wood pellet plants, low-income communities of color in Eastern North Carolina experience a wide array of environmental injustices. Naeema Muhammad, an organizer and activist, has been fighting against these injustices for over 20 years and has experienced the emotional toll that comes with such activism. In this episode, Muhammad describes the current battle she’s fighting – advocating for communities living near hog lagoons whose lives and health are put at risk on a daily basis.
Environmental issues disproportionately impact ENC’s low-income communities of color
August 3, 2020 shoresides Community Rising 00:05:003.48M Comments Off on Environmental issues disproportionately impact ENC’s low-income communities of color
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