Monday March 27, 2023
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BY Tracy Molm | Minneapolis, MN | 3/15/23
Minneapolis’ Mayor Frey and seven Minneapolis city council members are talking about how they feel personally threatened after the Roof Depot struggle has become national news - after years of ignoring the East Phillips Neighborhood Institute, the group that has been spearheading the push to buy the building with the goal of creating a neighborhood space.
BY Katherine Gould | Minneapolis, MN | 3/07/23
On Sunday, March 5, residents of the south Minneapolis neighborhood of East Phillips and supporters marched to celebrate community and fight against an environmentally racist project.
BY Tracy Molm | Minneapolis, MN | 2/26/23
This week has been eventful in the East Phillips fight to stop the demolition of the arsenic-contaminated site of the Roof Depot building in south Minneapolis.
BY Whitney Wildman | Minneapolis, MN | 1/31/23
On January 29, 70 activists, community members and supporters held a rally and healing circle in response to the Minneapolis city council’s recent vote in favor of continuing their legacy of environmental racism in the city of Minneapolis.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 1/30/23
Over 100 protesters rallied at a Minneapolis City Council meeting on Thursday, January 26, where the city council members voted 7 to 6 to demolish the Roof Depot building.
BY Dr. Edward Holifield | Tallahassee, Florida | 7/28/22
Why has Florida State University (FSU) shipped in secrecy 24.32 tons of dangerous radioactive waste from a "low-level" nuclear waste disposal site in Tallahassee, Florida?
BY Staff | Fairway Oaks | 7/06/18
Jacksonville, FL - The Jacksonville Community Action Committee (JCAC) recently joined the Fairway Oaks community in a struggle against environmental racism.
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