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Maya Bhullar | Many activists argue that "environmental racism" is a new and pernicious face of colonialism and historic discrimination. Here are environmental justice campaigns that need support.
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Jacqueline Burgoyne | Jacqueline Burgoyne took a scenic drive to Sarnia, Ontario to attend the Chemical Valley Toxic Tour and stand in solidarity with Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
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David Gray-Donald | Toxic Tour 2015 welcomed hundreds to see the belly of Canada's petro-chemical industrial beast and its devastating effects on the surrounding Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
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Jesse McLaren | The annual Toxic Tour mobilized 500 people to challenge chemical colonialism.
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Jennilee Austria | This weekend is the Aamijiwnaang community's Toxic Tour 2015, which will tour the infamous Chemical Valley.
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Ailish Morgan | On February 13, members of Aamjiwnaang First Nation and allies gathered outside the Sarnia Courthouse to support an initial hearing against Shell Canada.
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David Suzuki | Young environmental champions share a commitment to their communities and to the world. They know that young people have the power to rally others to create positive change.