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Black History Month Champion: Brenda Lee Richardson

"Being at Clean Water for almost a year has been one of the best working experiences I have ever had in my career. Bob Wendelgass, Clean Water’s President and CEO and Michael Bochynski, DC's State Director, have inspired me and supported me in ways I could have never imagined. I love my work as an eco-feminist in Washington, DC and it has been very rewarding as I work on climate change issues in disfavored communities for the Anacostia Parks and Community Collaborative.”
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8 Bills to Support for a Healthier, More Just Massachusetts

It’s the start of a new legislative session in Massachusetts, which means it’s time for the biannual scramble to secure co-sponsors for our priority bills. This year, Clean Water Action is working to line up support for our Healthy Futures for All legislative package to protect residents, particularly children, from exposure to health-threatening toxics and pollution.
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Black History Month Champion: Ngodoo Atume

"What I love most about my work is seeing the impact and change that we make in the lives of the people and environmental justice communities we serve. My goal to ensure that communities, particularly those of color, have access to safe, clean, and affordable drinking water."
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