New Growth in the Birthplace of Environmental Justice on Living Downstream – March 21, 2019

Many places claim the honor of being the birthplace of the environmental justice movement. But one place has, perhaps, the best claim. We’ll head to North Carolina for a preview of our Living Downstream story.

Our current episode of Living Downstream: The Environmental Justice Podcast brings together a pair of storytellers. Jereann King Johnson was a witness in the early 1980s when PCB’s were dumped in Warren County, North Carolina. Co-producer Joe O’Connell says the area has long been a retreat from nearby cities.

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