Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction (CR3) announces its special edition of CR3 News Magazine dedicated to Amanda Gorman and "The Hill We Climb"

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Over the past years, nearly every country around the world has been forced to recognize the inequalities of the environment. In pivoting to meet the needs of communities now and preparing for an uncertain future, most organizations have had to make hard advocacy decisions. CR3 News Magazine's Black and Women History Special Edition honors some environmental justice warriors who pounded the pavement trying to bring about change to the way we live.

The power rests in all of us, and when we operate as a collective, that's when we are most powerful and we move forward as a unit, as a body ... Dr. Robert Bullard

In the past, environmental grassroots leaders have labored to make changes that will impact the the way people live. The tireless effort invested is not a one-culture thing. CR3 News Magazine published a special edition dedicated to some of the various cultures impacted by environmental justice.

"We wanted to not only define the struggles of African Americans, but also other indigenous cultures since our heritage is so engrained in them," says Jacquelyn Nixon, Publisher. "Once you see the correlation of the problems, you will also feel the magnitude."

"Working to overcome monumental challenges, while confronting the perils of the environmental injustice crisis is illustrated in this Black and Women History special issue," Gloria Linnertz, Founder of CR3 pointed out. "It will not be an easy task, and our nation urgently needs to embrace these issues with a new ear."

Around the world, there are so many environmental inequalities such radon, clean air, water and contaminants affecting frontline communities. CR3 News Magazine wants to bring some synergistic awareness and focus on the fact that no single culture is alone; through partnership and the sharing of knowledge, our society's leadership can establish sustainable and authentic solutions.

As Amanda Gorman's inaugural poem, "The Hill We Climb" states, "When day comes we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade. We've braved the belly of the beast. We've learned that quiet isn't always peace and the norms and notions of what just is, isn’t always just-ice ..."

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