Host Richard Mabion will continue his discussion of “Dismantling Racism in the Environmental Movement in the Black Community.”  He will explore his experience pursuing that issue in the black communities in Detroit, St Louis, Pensacola Florida, Dallas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.  Few, if any black professionals, are getting grants to work with black people, and environmental organizations are predominately white, even in the black community. Call in and share your opinion. 816 931-5534.

This week’s Bird Note short news segment heard during EcoRadio KC is “The Moon of Falling Leaves.”

ON EcoRadio KC | October 29, 2012 | 6:00 pm

Racism in the Environmental Movement

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Host Richard Mabion will continue his discussion of “Dismantling Racism in the Environmental Movement in the Black Community.”  He will explore his experience pursuing that issue in the black communities in Detroit, St Louis, Pensacola Florida, Dallas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.  Few, if any black professionals, are getting grants to work with black people, and environmental organizations are predominately white, even in the black community. Call in and share your opinion. 816 931-5534.

This week’s Bird Note short news segment heard during EcoRadio KC is “The Moon of Falling Leaves.”

One thought on “Racism in the Environmental Movement

  1. Will dismantling racismin in the Environmental Movement in the black community be on again I missed it. I enjoy most of the programing on KKFI but would like to hear more about relevant issues that relate to the poor, the elderly and those who live in impovished areas. I enjoy Sharon Lockharts show about women’s issues, and Donna Wolf’s urban connections. Thank you for all you are doing to keep the community informed.

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