WEC 50th Speaker: Vien Truong

Vien Truong, the Director of Green For All, shared her insights on environmental justice at Washington Environmental Council's 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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What It Means That This Community of Color Is Going Solar


Bert and Maureen Grogan moved to Uniondale, N.Y., in the 1970s from Guyana. Back then, they were one of the Long Island town's few immigrant families. They left to California in 1988, returned to Uniondale in 1999 and realized that the town had undergone a radical demographic makeover since they'd been away.  

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Trump’s Actions on Race and the Environment Speak Much Louder than Recent Anti-Bigotry Claims


President Trump’s recent trip to the Museum of African American History and Culture with black allies in tow, Omarosa Manigault and HUD Secretary nominee Ben Carson, obscures the fact that his policies are poised to set back the very communities he claims to want to help.

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The green movement must continue in Trump era


As a climate activist, I know we will have a lot to defend over the next four years. The recent news on Trump’s decision to revive the toxic Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines makes even the most optimistic activists gravely concerned.

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United Resistance: Progressive groups launch protest as confirmation hearings take place


More than 50 progressive organizations sent a message of united resistance to Donald Trump’s administration as the U.S. Senate began confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill.

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