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Re: One Hour Away from Flint, Another Environmental Disaster Looms as Doctors Tell Residents to Move Away for Their Health

Norland ·
Knock, Knock, Knock, Africa, can ya hear me? We need to come back. These "white" something or another are about to kill us all!!!! We ain't doing too well here, in case ya haven't noticed. Where's some land? We need some!!!!! Call us!!! We're waiting!!!!!
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Africa: Go Early, Stay Long

sunnubian ·
Companies & Industries Africa: Go Early, Stay Long By Harold L. Sirkin October 02, 2013 Photograph by Elias Asmare/AP Photo Construction work at the site of the planned Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam near Assosa, Ethiopia. It’s the most populous landlocked country in the world, with a population of more than 91 million. But its economy, with a nominal GDP of about $41 billion, is not much larger than Wyoming’s (population around 577,000). The Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry...
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One Hour Away from Flint, Another Environmental Disaster Looms as Doctors Tell Residents to Move Away for Their Health

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One Hour Away from Flint, Another Environmental Disaster Looms as Doctors Tell Residents to Move Away for Their Health March 31, 2016 | Posted by Manny Otiko Tagged With: air quality , environmental racism black people , industrial plant , MDEQ , Michigan Department of Enviromental Quality , polluters , toxic waste Cason’s doctor told her to move away from River Rouge because of her worsening asthma, but rents are low, and she can’t really afford to pull up stakes. (Zoe Schlanger/Newsweek)...
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