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Eli Day: The coalition of black trade unionists that’s fighting to save the EPA
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Eli Day: The coalition of black trade unionists that’s fighting to save the EPA

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Why is a group of black trade unionists itching for this fight in the first place?

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Laura Pyle

Laura is the Research Manager/Editor at EHN.

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