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Climate justice now

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The intersection of climate change and social justice is not random, it is a direct result of decades of socio-economic inequities, systems of oppression, and systemic racism.

 

By Dalila Da Silva Lopes
The impact of climate change is being felt on a global level, Black, Brown, Indigenous, and other marginalized communities are disproportionately bearing the brunt and paying the price for the world’s lack of environmental responsibility.

 

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