Local Food Key Ingredient in Curing Climate Injustices

Food justice is about addressing access to healthy and affordable food for low-wealth and disenfranchised communities. It seeks to ensure the benefits and risks of where, what, and how food is grown, accessed, distributed, and transported are shared equally.

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New Olneyville Library Puts Tools in Circulation

PVD Things functions like a library, but instead of books, it lends out power tools, gardening tools, and sporting equipment.

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Get the Lead Out: A Lethargic Work in Progress

Despite substantial improvements in the prevention of childhood lead poisoning and the passage of lead abatement laws, several hundred children in Rhode Island are still poisoned annually. Many of these kids live in marginalized neighborhoods.

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