Against the Grain

African Americans and the Environment

Why are African Americans missing from our collective imagery of the environment and environmentalism?  Cultural geographer Carolyn Finney discusses both the history of African Americans and nature — as it’s defined in the United States — and the history of African American environmentalism, separating myth from fact. For more details and higher-quality audio, visit againstthegrain.org.


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – April 13, 2015

Preeti Shekar talks to  Sandra Sandoval from San Francisco Women Against Rape about their annual ” Walk Against Rape” event, a walk to empower survivors,  and their friends and family to break the silence and declare San Francisco as a  sexual violence free zone.   Lisa Dettmer talks to Issac Lev Szmonko from the Catalyst Project and … Continued


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