#SAYHERNAME Justice Fund
New Voices is dedicated to uplifting the work of Black Women in the Environmental Justice space as well as addressing the many environmental issues that are facing Black communities. From toxic hair care products to polluted air and water, we believe that there can’t be Reproductive Justice without addressing environmental injustices.
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