“They don’t accept the fact that it is climate change”

Beverly Wright, founder of the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, talks weather-related disasters, fossil-fuel divestment, and the role of HBCUs. 9.23.2016 / By Alexa B. White The flood in Baton Rouge and parts of southwest Mississippi this past August placed the region in yet another state of emergency, with all-too-familiar scenes recalling the aftermath of … Continue reading “They don’t accept the fact that it is climate change”

Three HBCU students are about to start showing you a new side of science

  Last winter, we called on HBCU students everywhere to help us fill what we see as one of the biggest gaps in science news coverage today: the paucity of stories on science being done at HBCUs. From Washington, DC to Prairie View, Texas, from New Orleans, Louisiana to Hampton, Virginia, smart, talented students answered … Continue reading Three HBCU students are about to start showing you a new side of science