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We Need More Black Female Environmentalists

Our main cause right now should be to save the planet

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EEvery day I sit at the desk in my home office watching climate change news. Sometimes I see pictures of raging wildfires. Or, the aftermath of floods that have wiped out towns. Or, updates about the water in Flint, Michigan. As I add research notes on my computer, I prepare for a climate change talk…

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Dee Doanes

Dee Doanes

Environmentalist at HTAA. https://www.healtheatmosphere.com/ Owner of Shanti Atlanta Meditation Retreat. Writer.Public Speaker https://bit.ly/2YpNVar

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