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.
Hear the full episode and visit all the stories from Living Downstream at norcalpublicmedia.org/living. Subscribe to Living Downstream wherever you get your podcasts.