Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” book in 1962 ushered in wider discussion about pollutants, which turned into a focus on clean air and water. Since then, environmental rights activism has branched into multiple issues. How reflective are Minnesota’s environmental groups of the diversity of communities — their needs, their voices? This compilation offers perspectives on how organizations are attempting to create a tapestry of viewpoints in environmental action work. Read More
Minnesota Women’s Press: Seeking Diversity in Environmental Activism
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