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Shining a Light in Dark Places: Raising Up the Work of Southern Women of Color in the Food System View

Shining a Light in Dark Places: Raising Up the Work of Southern Women of Color in the Food System

CSI Food Equity Fellow Shorlette Ammons weaves together her personal story, U.S. history, and insight from Southern women of color working in food justice to show how we can achieve equitable food systems change.

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Justice for Eric Garner and What We Must Do Together

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Dennis Chin Phone: 212-248-2785 x1450; Email: dchin@thecsi.org Justice for Eric Garner and... Read more > View all press Releases >

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What the U.S. Department of Transportation Can Learn from Leaders of Color in the South

We must critically examine any federal effort to develop long-term transportation infrastructure to connect people to jobs, education, and health care.

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What the U.S. Department of Transportation Can Learn from Leaders of Color in the South View

Selma: 50 Years Later

The film Selma is a glimpse of the risk, difficulty and complexity of the organizing in Selma, AL that led to the Voting Rights Act. Where is Selma today?

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A Bold Step Towards Energy Democracy

We applaud Governor Cuomo’s ban on fracking that denied a false solution to climate change from taking root in New York. The decision was based on a concern for the health of New York’s residents, the protection of our water system, and the lack of clear and strong economic opportunities that fracking could provide given the social costs. And it is a lesson we hope resonates across the nation –any supposed solution to climate change that would compromise our health and wellbeing is no solution at all.

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