A Courageous Community-Led Transition from Fossil Fuel Pollution — Let’s Make It Count!

October 29, 2020 Mad Stano Energy Equity

California decision-makers still fail to meaningfully respond to oil spills, gas leaks, and the business-as-usual daily levels of fossil fuel pollution in our communities, homes, and [...]


Racial Inequity Could Sabotage a COVID-19 Vaccine

October 28, 2020 Christian Beauvoir Health Equity

Confidence in a COVID-19 vaccine is shrinking across the nation. Though the U.S. has 5% of the world’s population and 20% of the world’s COVID-19 deaths, [...]

Equitable Building Electrification Means Clean Air, Good Jobs

Equitable Building Electrification Means Clean Air, Good Jobs

October 21, 2020 Carmelita Miller Energy Equity

Equitable Building Electrification Means Clean Air, Good Jobs As Governor Gavin Newsom publicly commits to new climate initiatives, California communities continue to grapple with the devastating [...]

Ride-hailing drivers protest abuse of gig workers

The Gig Economy, Ride-Hailing and Sharecroppers

October 20, 2020 Serena Oduro Technology Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Technology has changed and will continue to change the workforce and the nature of work. Technological advances allowing people more control over when and how they [...]


CPUC Approves $436 Million for Charging Infrastructure. Can We Implement It Equitably?

October 13, 2020 Leslie Aguayo Environmental Equity

The California Public Utilities Commission’s recent approval of Southern California Edison’s Charge Ready 2 program is a big win for the future of transportation electrification and [...]

California’s Clean Energy Revolution

California’s Clean Energy Revolution Must Reach All Communities

October 2, 2020 Carmelita Miller, Alvaro Sanchez Energy Equity, Economic Equity

Zero-Emission Vehicles, Building Electrification Should Be for Everyone The clean energy revolution is here. Communities of color, who very often breathe the dirtiest air and face [...]


Black Media: Authentic Stories, with Authentic Voices

September 24, 2020 Adam Briones General

Black Media: Authentic Stories, with Authentic Voices Now more than ever, California’s Black community and other communities of color need accurate news to make certain that [...]


Justice is on the Ballot: A Town Hall on California Ballot Propositions

September 17, 2020 Greenlining Diversity & Inclusion

A conversation on the November election! There’s no mistaking that racial justice is on the ballot this November. From restoring equal access to opportunity and voting [...]


Standing for Black Lives Against Domestic Terrorism

September 4, 2020 Debra Gore-Mann General

Things are not getting better. On June 9, The Greenlining Institute held our community vigil for Black lives who were lost to police and community violence, [...]


The Public Health Case for Prison Abolition During COVID-19

August 27, 2020 Christian Beauvoir Health Equity

Black people were dying in prisons and from the unjust policing practices that put them there long before anyone had heard of coronavirus or took to [...]

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