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Here’s why Congress is recognizing Hazel M. Johnson, the ‘mother of environmental justice’

05/17/2021

Hazel M. Johnson Fought For Clean Air And Water On The Southeast Side. A Congressman Is Doubling Down On Efforts To Honor Her

04/29/2021

Remembering Hazel Johnson, Chicago’s ‘Mother Of Environmental Justice,’ On Earth Day 10 Years After Her Passing

04/22/2021

Hazel Johnson, the mother of environmental justice, was Catholic

02/26/2021

Feds to Lightfoot: Don't Issue General Iron a City Permit

10/29/2020

Environmental Justice in Chicago: It's Been One Battle After Another

10/29/2020

US Housing Officials Investigate General Iron's Chicago Move

10/24/2020

Op-Ed: Build A Solar Farm in Altgeld

09/02/2020

It’s time for CHA to follow through

Op-Ed: The Need for the CTA Red Line Extension Project

09/02/2020

Commentary: Why Are Chicago Parks So Packed? COVID-19, Climate Change Reveal City’s Need for More Green Space

08/21/2020

Citing Environmental Racism, Southeast Side Activists File Civil Rights Complaint Against Chicago: ‘We’ve Been a Dumping Ground for Too Many Years’

08/13/2020

EDITORIAL: Laws Aimed at Curbing Lobbyists Go Too Far in Targeting Public-Minded Nonprofits

08/06/2020

How a Spike in Poor Air Quality is Impacting Chicago’s Most Polluted Neighborhoods

07/08/2020

Public Housing Residents Kept in Dark About Toxic Sites, Report Says

07/01/2020

We’re Dying On The Streets’: Advocates Demand City Provide CHA Housing To Homeless During COVID-19 Crisis

04/21/2020

As The World Turns To Solar Power, Black Chicagoans Jump On The Bandwagon

03/08/2020

The Chicago Woman Who Fought to Clean Up the Southeast Side

02/20/2020

‘Mother Of Environmental Justice’ Hazel Johnson Could Get Postage Stamp To Honor Work Cleaning Up South Side

12/30/2019

Chicago Commits to 100 Percent Clean Energy

04/10/2019

Solar and Green Jobs Are Rising Around Chicago’s ‘Toxic Doughnut’

12/12/2018

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