Environmental Groups Seek To Attract Minorities The Flint water crisis prompted a focus on issues like drinking water infrastructure and on the people left out of the environmental movement. Some environmental groups are trying to change that.
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Environmental Groups Seek To Attract Minorities

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Environmental Groups Seek To Attract Minorities

Environmental Groups Seek To Attract Minorities

Environmental Groups Seek To Attract Minorities

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The Flint water crisis was a turning point for many environmental groups. It prompted a focus on issues like drinking water infrastructure as well as on the people left out of the movement. There are renewed efforts to better engage people of color to engage with the environmental movement.