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Fighting environmental racism

Fighting environmental racism

Update: 2021-04-231
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How a protest in a North Carolina farming town sparked a national movement for environmental justice.

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"I can't breathe" were George Floyd's dying words under a White police officer's knee. They eerily echo what Black, Latino, Native American and other non-White environmental-justice activists have said for decades about choking pollution in their communities. Darryl Fears and Brady Dennis report on how a protest in a North Carolina farming town sparked a national movement.

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Fighting environmental racism

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