This isn’t your average science writing. Fellows share their personal struggles and their professional achievements to illustrate where we’ve made progress—and where we must continue to advance environmental justice and equity.

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Turning environmental justice research into environmental justice action is not a dichotomy: It’s an imperative.

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We need to stop compartmentalizing the environment, family and culture as separate problems.

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A Supreme Court ruling against the Navajo Nation is the latest blow to the tribe in a long-standing fight for water.

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The collective definition of beauty needs to change to protect workers and women of color from toxic chemicals.

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Using water quality research to bring healing and sovereignty to the Apsáalooke.

soil toxics in community gardens

How different groups engaged in community gardens can cultivate partnerships and practices to reduce harmful chemical exposures.

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Black people are bearing the brunt of the burden of the social, economic and physical costs of beauty. We need to shift conversations, research and interventions.


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