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    By Dianne Anderson Warehouses, often synonymous with pollution, are cropping up everywhere, wearing down impacted communities with a nonstop dirty logistics movement of goods in trucks and trains in the Inland Empire. Lately, the problem is getting more attention as California Attorney General Rob Bonta signed onto a Sierra Club lawsuit against Moreno Valley’s General ...
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    By Aldon Thomas Stiles California Black Media Last week, people around the world celebrated Earth Week with commemorations and activities leading up to Earth Day, on Friday, April 22. Activists and advocates in California marked the annual event by highlighting the urgency of climate change and why, more than ever, communities of color need to ...
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    New Report Says California’s “Transformative Climate Communities” Should Be National Model; Case Studies Highlight Real-World Impact in Oakland, Ontario, Stockton & Northeast San Fernando Valley With the urgent need to act on climate change getting more attention at COP26, in Washington and around the U.S., a new report from The Greenlining Institute finds that an ...
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    By Dianne Anderson On the Westside of San Bernardino where Ericka Flores grew up, there was always a hefty daily dose of pollution, much of it coming from local transportation systems, Omnitrans and BNSF railroad. It’s also the area where her friends, community activists Jan Misquez, Sally  Morana, and Marilyn Alcantar, spent years leading the ...