Since the first polio vaccination on February 23, 1954, the worldwide effort to eradicate the disease has almost succeeded, but is now hampered by mainly geopolitical challenges. This dynamic appears often in systems change efforts, where scientific breakthroughs are straightforward in comparison to the social and political transformations required to achieve their full benefits.
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Thanks to nationally-recognized community leaders like Hazel Johnson and Majora Carter, we have a strong understanding of the environmental justice issues that plague communities across our cities and countryside. But when trying to pinpoint those communities suffering most from environmental injustice, the definition gets complicated. How do we define an “environmental justice community”?Read More