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A 25-Year History of the Center for Health, Environment and Justice

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This 12-minute video tracks the work of Lois Marie Gibbs. The film begins with footage from the Love Canal Homeowners Association's grassroots struggle, which eventually led to the relocation of over 900 families, and the creation of the federal Superfund program to clean up toxic sites. The video follows Lois' work after relocation in 1979 to the creation of the Center for Health, Environment and Justice, formerly known as the Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste. Community organizing footage from Kettleman City highlights the work of CHEJ and the grassroots environmental health movement over the last 25 years. This video is available on DVD or VHS.

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