Earth Day and People of Color

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On this annual celebration of Earth Day, what does the environmental movement mean for people of color? Farai Chideya discusses the issue with Jerome Ringo, chairman of the National Wildlife Federation, and Margie Eugene-Richard, who successfully led a crusade against a major chemical plant in her Louisiana neighborhood.



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