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The Land We Live On – Environmental Injustice and Native American Communities

The Flint Water Crisis and protests of the Keystone XL Pipeline at Standing Rock seem to have finally brought nation-wide media attention to environmental injustice happening in the United States. For some, environmental injustice is a new term, while others, often those of marginalized communities, have felt the implications of it every day. This audio story introduces listeners to environmental injustices faced by Native American communities.

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Shiloah Coley is a sophomore and proud Chicago Posse Scholar. A declared art major, she enjoys being able to synthesize her love for visual art and writing in any way possible. As a journalist, she is currently focusing on Black culture. However, in the future she aspires to take a more in depth look at global human rights and how black culture impacts the black communities around the world.

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