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How Little Miss Flint is Still Making a Difference in her Community, 5 Years into Water Crisis

As higher exposure rates to air pollution and as landfills and hazardous waste sites are often built in communities of color; the voices that need to be amplified when advocating for climate change are those that belong to the people who are the most affected by it.

The SSSP proudly supports voices like Mari Copeny, also known as “Little Miss Flint,” and others calling for action on the clean water and air crisis.

Post written by Professor Barbara Wejnert, Department of Environment and Sustainability, and Department of Global Gender Studies, University at Buffalo, Chair, Membership and Outreach Committee

Posted Tuesday, 04/20/2021, 02:03 PM - Comments - Category: Member News