June 20, 2012
Summary: The population of the United States, and that of many countries, is becoming more ethnically diverse every day. However, the environmental movement has had limited success bringing that diversity into its ranks, despite the fact that people of color greatly support environmental efforts. Orion hosted a roundtable discussion on how that reality can be reversed, with powerful implications for the movement as a whole. Featured guests included Marcelo Bonta of the Center for Diversity and the Environment, Ginny McGinn of the Center for Whole Communities, and Monica Smiley of Tualatin Riverkeepers.
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