Hundreds of thousands of people in the South are behind on their electric payments, just as unemployment benefits expire and states shut down again to stop COVID-19 from spreading.
Destroying water sources is a tactic used by police and border patrol agents to control social and migratory movements.
Hoppers are demanding higher hourly wages, hazard pay, and PPE during the coronavirus pandemic.
People living in Bahama Village are using the recent protests against police violence and systemic racism to speak out about how rising costs are pushing them out.
From small towns to large cities, Black communities who have long faced environmental injustice have spent the last two weeks protesting police brutality and systemic racism.
‘They didn’t tell us anything’: North Carolina poultry plant workers say Butterball isn’t protecting them from COVID-19
As the virus spreads through meatpacking plants across the U.S., immigrant communities struggle to get answers from the company or state about cases at a Mount Olive facility.
‘There’s going to be something better for him’: Former Blackjewel miners reflect on changes in coal country
A chaotic coal company bankruptcy last year left a father and son out of work. Months later, they say getting out of the industry was a blessing.