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Media Strategy: Useful Insights from the 1960s

The next several years will mark the 50th anniversary of a myriad of historic events in America’s fight for civil rights, including the passage of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. In this article, published on the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media blog, Michael Svoboda chronicles the insights climate […]

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Climate Change as a Natural Extension of the Civil Rights Movement

In this piece on HuffPo, Reverend Dr. Gerald Durley of the Providence Missionary Baptist Church (and MomentUs Faith Leader) reflects on the 50th anniversary of MLK’s speech, and draws connections between the American civil rights movement and climate change. Durley links his first-hand experience within the civil rights movement, and the drive for equality amongst all […]

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