July 23, 2021 -
In 1982, a rural, Black North Carolina community suffered damages from a timber company's careless aerial application of toxic pesticides. The fight that ensued with state authorities led to local resident Billie Lee Rogers becoming a lifelong advocate for pesticide safety and environmental justice. Rogers passed away in June, and we share pesticide safety advocate Allen Spalt's remarks about her life and work delivered at her memorial service.
March 1, 1973 -
This article originally appeared in Southern Exposure Vol. 1 No. 1, "The Military & the South." Find more from that issue here.