Blacks and the Environment

Blacks and the Environment (November 18, 1991)
Duration: 00:30:40

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Themes: Education and Families | Africa and African-Americans | Poverty, Progress, and the Rise of African-American Businesses and Professionals |

Guests: Mary Hollens, Donele Wilkins, Akua Budu Watkins
Host : Regina Benjamin-Steiger
Producer : Carlota Almanza

Summary: Labor Notes magazine outreach coordinator Mary Hollens, S.E. Michigan Coalition of Occupational Safety and Health spokesperson Donele Wilkins, and Detroit Black Women's Health Project Director Akua Budu Watkins discuss environmental issues, how they affect the black community, and the First National People of Color Leadership Summit. Includes footage of interviews with people from across the country who have been impacted by pollution.