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Re: Have You Ever Seen A Wildlife Documentary Like This?

Norland ·
Wonder why the millionaires and billionaires with their yachts and all the cruise ships can't sail to this mess and clean it up???
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Re: It Is Beyond Time That African Americans/The Diaspora Get This

Yemaya ·
hmph Lisa Jackson, a name that you hardly hear in the press.
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Re: Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems

GoodMan ·
I am really worried about who is building these cities. It sounds like when the Mob built Havana, Cuba. Most of the building going on in West and Central Africa is done by the Chinese. Africans are not building none of their own shit. They let the Chinese do it and in return Africans give up raw materials. http://www.globalpolicyjournal...o-colonialism-africa For example, the proposed city in the Nigeria that was listed in the article. The city sounds like a damn playpen for rich people. ...
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What If Everyone Saw This Message From Robert Redford?

sunnubian ·
What If Everyone Saw This Message From Robert Redford? Posted on February 13, 2012 by Angie Share this now! Would they still let this happen or would they stand up to stop it? Watch: Found on NRDCFlix’s YouTube channel . Originally submitted by Angie A. <script type="text/javascript"></script>
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Have You Ever Seen A Wildlife Documentary Like This?

sunnubian ·
Have You Ever Seen A Wildlife Documentary Like This? Posted on February 9, 2012 by Brandon Share this now! Beautifully filmed, with a powerful narration by Jeremy Irons, but what it’s about is not so pretty. Watch: Found on HealTheBay’s YouTube channel . Originally submitted by Brandon W.
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It Is Beyond Time That African Americans/The Diaspora Get This

sunnubian ·
Environmental Justice: Why It's a Black Thing EPA chief Lisa P. Jackson says it's not about loving nature -- it's a civil rights issue. By: JenÉe Desmond-Harris | Posted: March 2, 2012 at 2:09 PM On Sunday, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson will deliver a sermon at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Ala., to commemorate the 47th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. What do clean air and water have to do with issues that surrounded one of the most pivotal events of the...
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Environmental Justice Activist Rose Johnson Featured in Ms. Magazine

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March 02, 2012 Environmental Justice Activist Rose Johnson Featured in Ms. Magazine Longtime Mississippi Sierra Club activist Rose Johnson was profiled by Ms. Magazine in February. Born and raised in the historic African American settlement of North Gulfport on Mississippi's Gulf Coast, Johnson—who currently serves as vice chair of the Mississippi Chapter and sits on its executive committee—has for years been the de facto spokeswoman for North Gulfport, and is the founder of the North...
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Environmental Defense

sunnubian ·
(Considering that many African Americans bare the brunt of so many illnesses in this country and are the least like to have adequate healthcare, and are the most likely to live in polluted environments, we too should be very concerned with our environment). Environmental Defense Fund's 2012 Goals Oceans: Plenty of fish in the sea? In 2012 we will: Protect ocean ecosystems by creating sustainable and healthy fisheries Make catch shares the standard management method in U.S. fisheries Learn...
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NAFTA on Steroids: What It Could Mean for the Environment

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Ilana SolomonTrade Representative, Sierra CluPosted: 07/16/2012 10:08 am  NAFTA on Steroids: What It Could Mean for the Environment  The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, also known as "NAFTA on steroids," contains at...
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You Are a Guinea Pig

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You Are a Guinea Pig David Rosner and Gerald Markowitz April 29, 2013 A chemical fire in Des Moines, Iowa, October 2007. (AP Photo/Steve Pope)   This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com . To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com .   A hidden epidemic is poisoning America. The toxins are in the air we breathe and the water we drink, in the walls of our homes and the furniture within them. We can’t escape it in our...
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Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems

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Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems July 14, 2015 | Filed under: Business , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff African architecture AFRICANGLOBE – Architecture cropping up in Africa is achieving international acclaim for some of the most innovative and sustainable building designs in the world. In some cases it is a single building that has been designed to minimise impact on the environment or cope with environmental challenges. In other cases the architecture...
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BLACK PREPPER IS DEDICATED TO PROVIDING HONEST AND PRACTICAL PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF PEOPLE OF COLOR LIVING IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT.

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Should Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

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Should Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities? November 22, 2015 | Posted by David Love The recent explosion of activism on predominantly white college campuses, fueled by Black students who are protesting racially hostile environments in which they are unsafe, reveals that much is wrong with these institutions of higher learning. Is now the time to explore Historically Black Colleges and Universities,...
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TRUMP PUTS GAG ORDER ON THE EPA

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POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD MEDIA CRIME & JUSTICE PHOTOS INVESTIGATIONS MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBE DONATE The Trump Administration Really Doesn't Want EPA Employees Talking to the Press "No social media will be going out." KATE SHEPPARD JAN. 24, 2017 3:22 PM Michael Brochstein/ZUMA Wire This story originally appeared on The Huffington Post and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. The Environmental Protection Agency has frozen its grant programs, according to sources there.
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Re: Should Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

Norland ·
Like white people made America a white country; we need to go somewhere and make a black country, where we won't get killed in the process. We're never going to excel but so much here; the hatred's toooooooooo intense.
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Re: Should Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

GoodMan ·
HBCUs are dead, the government doesn't fund them, they aren't public college so they aren't cheap, and they have a reputation of providing an inferior education. A lot of them are only four year institutions that only provide humanities degrees... The only way HBCUs could make a comeback is if Black people weren't allowed into PWIs. The problem is, Black people been so bent on integration, that niggas rather fight tooth and nail to go to a cracker school than enjoy being in their own.
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Re: Should Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

Norland ·
It doesn't matter whether you go to a White institution or a Black institution, when the education is obtained, it's never as good as white folks' education, in their eyes, and when the diploma's in your hands, you're going to end up working for WHITE people getting the salary they think's appropriate for you and more than likely will be less than the white persons employed there doing the same chores you are. We'll never walk side-by-side with these folks. We're neither liked nor respected.
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