. Climate change elevates environmental inequities « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Climate change impacts tribal nations and other people of color more than other communities, leaving them to face “systemic inequalities” without having a voice in discussions at the state and federal level. That was the conclusion of Harvard University expert Megan Hill, Oneida, who moderated an April 4 panel on “Indigenous, Black and Communities of Color Fighting for Environmental Justice,” sponsored by the Ash Center and the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. “We know that communities of color and tribal nations are often hit first and worst, whether it’s an increase of extreme storms and weather.”


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