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Catherine Coleman Flowers: When Listening Becomes Activism

Catherine Coleman Flowers: When Listening Becomes Activism

Update: 2021-05-061
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Catherine Coleman Flowers was recently named to the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council. A 2020 MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, her environmental health research brought to light the failing wastewater infrastructure in rural parts of the South. She
spoke with Broken Ground about how systemic racism and classism have played a large part in this crisis and how it led her to found the Center for Rural Enterprise and Environmental Justice. 



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Catherine Coleman Flowers: When Listening Becomes Activism

Catherine Coleman Flowers: When Listening Becomes Activism