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Racism in the environmental movement / Ellie Goodwin ; interviewed and produced by Sue Supriano.

Program Title:
Racism in the environmental movement / Ellie Goodwin ; interviewed and produced by Sue Supriano.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0684.29
Description: 

Ongoing public affairs program which features interviews with people from the world's political, social and economic hot spots.|RACISM IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT / Ellie Goodwin| interviewed and produced by Sue Supriano. - SERIES: Steppin' out of Babylon| no. 114 - Ongoing public affairs program which features interviews with people from the worlds political, social and economic hot spots. - CONTENT: Ellie Goodwin is the outreach coordinator for the Natural Resources Defense Council, and editor of the journal Race, Poverty and the Environment." She discusses racism in the movement, and the concerns of people of color who often suffer the most from environmental problems, such as toxic waste dumps. She empahsizes the important role of women in the movement, and the way their leadership is often downplayed because of sexism. - RECORDED: 1992.

Ellie Goodwin is the outreach coordinator for the Natural Resources Defense Council, and editor of the journal Race, Poverty and the Environment. She discusses racism in the movement, and the concerns of people of color who often suffer the most from environmental problems, such as toxic waste dumps. She empahsizes the important role of women in the movement, and the way their leadership is often downplayed because of sexism.

Date Recorded on: 
1992.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (28 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.|28:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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