The Latest by Keith Rushing

National Communications Strategist, Partnerships and Intersectional Justice

Based in Washington, D.C., Keith is the National Communications Strategist for Partnerships and Intersectional Justice.

This mural in Brooklyn, NY raises asthma awareness.
May 12, 2015

Stronger Ozone Rules Could Help Everyone Breathe a Little Easier

Earthjustice's Keith Rushing describes his first visit to the emergency room with his daughter who suffers from asthma.

Kids walking in a park
March 3, 2015

Black Futures Must Involve Environmental Justice

Black Lives Matter leaders brilliantly reframed Black History Month to use each day in February to focus on a separate cultural or political issue facing African Americans.

Dr. Bullard SXSW
February 6, 2015

Introducing Dr. Robert Bullard in Honor of Black History Month

Earthjustice's Keith Rushing profiles the influential founder of the environmental justice movement, Dr. Robert Bullard, in honor of Black History Month.

December 1, 2014

A Food Fight For Our Times

Food is inherently linked to food production, the protection of workers and the environment

An oil refinery in Utah.
July 23, 2014

Oil Refineries Have a Moral Imperative to Address Air Pollution

Cherise Udell, founder of Utah Moms for Clean Air, describes why, despite efforts to make change happen, fixing the air pollution problem is a herculean task.