Episode 16, part 3 - North Carolina
From concerned community members to outraged activists—environmental grassroots organizing against coal ash in Northampton County, NC
In the third of three special episodes from northeastern North Carolina, Amelia speaks to Joyce Buffalo, Wanda Flythe, and Deborah Ferruccio about their successful grassroots campaign to keep a coal ash storage facility out of their county.
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A map of coal ash facilities across the US here
A current campaign against coal ash in Wayne Country, GA here
More information about coal ash + environmental hazards here
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