This episode of Living Downstream: Catherine Coleman Flowers, Warrior for Environmental Justice, was written and produced by Steve Mencher for Mensch Media and Northern California Public Media. Special thanks to Catherine Coleman Flowers and her team.
The Living Downstream theme music is by David Schulman, and we also excerpts from his "five lives." and "Damon's Dream." Thanks to Paolo Pavan for "Do It" via Tribe of Noise.
Thanks to MSNBC, NPR, and the producers of The Accidental Environmentalist for their generosity in allowing us to use excerpts from the film.
Chris Lee is radio executive producer and Darren LaShelle is the President and CEO of Northern California Public Media.
In coming weeks – we'll hear stories from Oakland and the Salton Sea in California, we'll explore cancer clusters in Houston Texas and visit with poultry workers in North Carolina.
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More about Catherine Coleman Flowers :
Catherine Coleman Flowers is an internationally recognized environmental activist, and serves as Rural Development Manager for Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), is a Senior Fellow for the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary, and sits on the Board of Directors for the Climate Reality Project and the Natural Resources Defense Council.