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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Climate Justice: A Fight for Equal Opportunity

Climate Justice: A Fight for Equal Opportunity

By Gina McCarthy and Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr. (Cross-posted from EPAConnect) Fifty years ago, Americans facing racial injustice marched the 54 miles from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to protest discriminatory voting laws.  It was a watershed moment in the Civil Rights Movement, influencing the passage of the Voting Rights Act, and forever redefining and improving our cherished values of freedom and fairness.  February marks Black History Month—a time to reflect…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Meteors; An Unexpected Lesson in Gratitude

Meteors; An Unexpected Lesson in Gratitude

The meteor that crashed into Russia was about 55 feet in diameter and weighed 10,000 tons. This extraordinary event has left us all guessing, astonished, and standing with our eyes to the sky. What’s even more shocking is the power this meteor brought with it. Data from a global network of sensors has reported that the meteor unleashed nearly 500 kilotons of energy, just to give you an idea of…

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THE JUSTICE PROJECT | Blog | Jonathan Hsu is Making a Difference with Recyclebank

Jonathan Hsu is Making a Difference with Recyclebank

Recycling has become more and more mainstream over the past several years with consumers, but businesses have been slow to catch on, Jonathan Hsu from Recyclebank is changing that in this article from GOOD: Figures of Progress: Jonathan Hsu, CEO of Recyclebank GOOD and IBM have teamed up to bring you Figures of Progress, our new platform that explores the different ways that information has revolutionized our world. Through videos, story…

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