By Brian Blair for Columbus Republic Black Lives Matter of Columbus’ fund drive to help people in Michigan get their water pipes fixed stands at $1,300, according to organizers. A total of $500 of that was raised during a Saturday rally and march in downtown Columbus at City Hall and The Commons....
By Brian Blair for Republic Online Black Lives Matter of Columbus will join with other groups at a rally and march at 2 p.m. Saturday to raise its voice and money to help people in Flint, Michigan, get their tainted water problems resolved. 
By D. Kevin McNeir for Voice & Viewpoint Residents of Flint, Michigan have very little to celebrate, three years after the water crisis in the city made national headlines.
By Harvard Business Review Jobs in retail, transportation, manufacturing, and agriculture are highly vulnerable to technological change. 
By Lenore T. Adkins for Afro Rapper Big Sean has joined a celebrity lineup helping to raise money for residents of Flint, Mich. still grappling with poisoned water.
Although it’s been three years, the struggle for Flint, Mich., is far from over as the lead-tainted city is still in need of new water pipes.
It’s the three year anniversary of the poisonous pipes installation in Flint, Michigan and despite popular belief, the issue has not yet been completely resolved. Although the city of Flint reached a settlement with the State of Michigan, the plan does not provide all Flint families with clean water immediately....
By Keith Rushing for Huffington Post Environmental justice groups will descend on Washington, D.C., this weekend from around the country to ramp up their fight against climate change. They will come together on April 29th for the Peoples Climate Movement march, walking from the U.S. Capitol to the White House and...
By D. Amari Jackson on Atlanta Black Star.  Despite the Trump administration’s disdain for renewable energies and promotion of fossil fuels like coal, the current revolution in clean energy is showing no signs of slowing down. The Solar Foundation recently reported the number of solar jobs increased by an unprecedented 25 percent from 2015...
President Trump and people concerned about climate change will observe the president's 100th day in office.  But not in the same way.   

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