Saturday, December 31, 2011

Why a Woman of Color Risked Her "Honorary White Man" Status to Blow the Whistle at EPA

Evaggelos Vallianatos, Truthout: "I met Marsha Coleman-Adebayo in 1990 in Washington, DC. She was working for the World Wildlife Fund, an international environmental organization.... She sued EPA for racism and retaliation - and she won.... It is an interesting, inspiring and well-written book; the story it tells is revealing of larger national environmental and political issues. It is a microcosm of racism in American society, callousness and imperialism in foreign policy, and corporate domination of the government and the world."
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