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By Gregory Kolen II.

Did you know that CHEJ offers audio discussions for you to listen to?

The Fighting to Win podcast hosted by the Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ) is where you will hear inspiring stories from environmental activists across the country.

Looking back to some highlights from prior episodes from this time of year:

EP 29 – Charles Utley

Charles Utley’s inspiring experiences and insights related to Environmental Justice! Utley grew up in Hyde Park, Georgia, a predominantly Black community. Many people worked at Southern Wood Piedmont Co., a company that used creosote and dumped their chemical debris into a stream that bordered Hyde Park. Listen now for more info!

EP 7 – Hilton Kelley

Hilton Kelley, Executive Director and Founder of CIDA, Community In-Power & Development Association, gave up his acting career to pursue environmental justice in his hometown of Port Arthur, TX. Listen now for more info!

EP 3 – Tackling TCE-Tainted Water in Tuscon’s Communities of Color

Learn about the health effects of drinking TCE-tainted water in Tuscon. Listen now for more info!

If you enjoy this audio content from CHEJ, let us know at chej2@chej.org more of what you’d like to hear!

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