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April 23, 2021 | In the News: E&E News

Military's mess sparks Guam Superfund battle

David Henkin, Attorney, Mid-Pacific Office, Earthjustice: "Particularly in the Pacific, there is this history of environmental racism, and a constant neocolonial narrative that's playing out."

April 14, 2021 | Legal Document

Yazoo Pumps Complaint Against Corps

A coalition of conservation organizations represented by Earthjustice filed a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ rushed approval of a massive drainage project in Mississippi’s South Delta, commonly known as the Yazoo Pumps, in the closing days of the Trump administration.

April 14, 2021 | Case

Yazoo Backwater Pumps: Upholding Law, Science & Public Participation

The Yazoo Pumps would drain tens of thousands of acres of ecologically rich wetlands that support over 450 species of fish and wildlife, including several federally endangered species, such as the pondberry. They would increase flood risk for downstream communities while failing to provide the promised level of relief to communities in the Yazoo Backwater Area.

April 8, 2021 | In the News: CleanLaw

Environmental Racism in North Carolina Hog Farming

Alexis Andiman, Attorney, Sustainable Food & Farming Program, Earthjustice: "Title VI connects to health and the environment because many state agencies receive money from EPA and Title VI prevents those agencies from accepting that money and also authorizing pollution that has an unjustified unequal impact."

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