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Zoning maps, Corps of Engineers ruling create hurdles for grain terminal

New industrial growth in Louisiana's 'Cancer Alley' is 'environmental racism,' UN panel says


The Advocate  | March 3, 2021

New grain terminal, 60 jobs planned in St. John Parish; some fear for their health, safety  | March 8, 2021

Wallace community responds to grain elevator project


L'Observateur  | March 24, 2021

Residents Claim Grain Elevator would Violate Parish Zoning Ordinance


L'Observateur  | August 25, 2021

State Agency Revokes Greenfield after Community Organization's Petition


L'Observateur  | September 20, 2021

Is this Louisiana town right for a $400 million grain terminal? Some residents say no  | October 16, 2021

St. John Parish group sues to overturn 1990 zoning change for Formosa Plastics  | November 9, 2021

Descendants Project Sues Parish To Invalidate Zoning Ordinance That Threatens Health And Safety Of Black Historic Community – OpEd  | November 9, 2021

Louisiana's only museum centering the enslaved opposes $400 million grain terminal in St. John  | December 6, 2021

All Successes, No Matter How Small, Are Valuable – Jo and Joy Banner


Beat the Big Guys Podcast  | January 10, 2022

Twin sisters want their parish to heal descendants of the enslaved. How? Through the land.  | January 24th, 2022

SLAVERY: Reversing the vagancies of slavery through healing & restorative work.


the NUANCE podcast (ep.53) | February 16, 2022

Marathon Refinery Explosion Puts Workers, Community At Risk.


Healthy Gulf | February 22, 2022

Millions suffering in deadly pollution ‘sacrifice zones’, warns UN expert


The Guardian | March 10, 2022

A Fight for Home and A Community in Cancer Alley 


Bar\Heart Podcast (ep.4) | March 15, 2022

In ‘groundbreaking’ decision, EPA to investigate 2 state agencies over discrimination claims 


WWNO | April 7, 2022

EPA investigates Louisiana environmental, health agencies for racial discrimination in issuing air pollution permits | April 7, 2022

Land, Health, and History: A fight for Environmental Justice and Community Legacy 


The Activist Files Podcast | April 21, 2022

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