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June 29, 12-3 PM Bishop Barber & The Poor People’s Campaign Stand Against Environmental Injustices in Northampton County! For more info, view the flier HERE

Ongoing — Help Robie and Dwayne Goins fight the ACP! Consider supporting the Goins brothers by sending a check to Clean Water for NC at 1070 Tunnel Rd., Bldg. 1, Ste. 4, Asheville, NC 28805. Please include “Robeson Support Fund” in the memo line.

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Bishop William J. Barber, II & The Poor People’s Campaign in Northampton County!

To download the flier, click HERE

Standing Together Against Coal Ash Injustice

The news was announced on April Fools Day, but it was no joke! DEQ (The NC Dept. of Environmental Quality), backed by strong science, stood with coal ash communities in their decision to order Duke Energy to excavate coal ash from every remaining site in the state and move it into lined landfills. Duke Energy wasted no time in rebuking DEQ, speaking scathingly about the ordered clean-up, and leveraging its power to safeguard its . . . → Read More: Standing Together Against Coal Ash Injustice

Victory for Coal Ash Communities Across NC!

You did it! You spoke out against injustice, and won!

On April 1st, DEQ announced that communities across North Carolina will have toxic coal ash removed from unlined, leaking pits and placed in lined landfills. Since the Dan River spill 5 years ago, impacted coal ash community members and advocates have been coming together to demand cleanup of the coal ash that Duke Energy dumped in their communities.

There have been . . . → Read More: Victory for Coal Ash Communities Across NC!

DEQ Public Meetings on Final Closure of 6 Major NC Coal Ash Sites

As DEQ announced the ranking of 6 large coal ash sites in NC as “low risk” on Nov. 14th, they also announced public “meetings” to give the public a chance to give input on closure plans for these sites. We know that Duke wants to close these sites by “Capping in Place” to save in cleanup costs, but that will only leave the ash looming over communities and leaching toxic contaminants into groundwater, . . . → Read More: DEQ Public Meetings on Final Closure of 6 Major NC Coal Ash Sites