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Black Americans are moving to Phoenix in historic numbers. Few are finding a better life.

News

Air Pollution and its Impact on Black Communities, Explained

Environmental Justice

The EPA Moves to Limit This Pollutant That Hurts Black People Disproportionately

Environmental Justice

How These NYC Public Housing Residents Became Models for Tenant Rights Activism

Housing

In Brooklyn, Public Housing Tenants Struggle Against the ‘Slow Violence’ of Industrial Pollution

Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice Wins You Might Have Missed in 2022

Environmental Justice

Meet the Trailblazing Black LGBTQ Official at ‘Ground Zero’ for Climate Justice

Environmental Justice

The Quiet Toll of Oil Drilling on Black Los Angeles

Health

Across the Midwest, Counties Are Building New Jails on Toxic Land

Environmental Justice

Meet the Activist Who Is Starting a War Against Climate Disinformation

Environmental Justice

Officials Withheld Funds Over an Abortion Ban. Black Louisianans Are Most At Risk.

Politics

A Sweeping Ordinance Would Make It Easier For LA to Target its Unhoused Residents

Housing

The Wrap Up: How The Last Round of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Affect Black People

Courts

How Will Climate Change Affect the Search for a New Black Mecca in the South?

Climate

These Maps Show the Risks of the New Great Migration

Climate

Black Advocates Say Biden Is Overpromising and Underdelivering on Climate

Environmental Justice

Meet the 24-Year-Old Climate Activist Trying to Shake up Los Angeles Politics

Voices of Change

Concentration of Oil and Gas Drilling in Black Neighborhoods Is Deliberate, Study Suggests

Climate