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Fighting Climate Change Means Fighting Racial Injustice

Michael Méndez, UCLA LPPI expert, writes about “the struggle of low-income and minority communities to have a voice in shaping environmental policy” in his new book, “Climate Change From The Streets.”

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Michael Méndez, UCLA LPPI expert, writes about “the struggle of low-income and minority communities to have a voice in shaping environmental policy” in his new book, “Climate Change From The Streets.”

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