Category: Spotlights

Archive of Water Hub spotlights including features about people, places and partners. Includes staff spotlights, partner features and Rising Voices column in Maven’s Notebook.

11 Women Making History in the Water Justice Movement

11 Women Making History in the Water Justice Movement. Photos of Nayyirah Shariff, Nana Fofie Amina Bashir, Karma Mayet, Nana A. Korantemah Pierce Williams, Dr. Ife Afriye Fagbulu Kilimanjaro and Brenda Coley
In the United States, unfair water laws and outdated water infrastructure have created inequity in many communities. Despite these challenges, there are women who dedicate their lives to water justice to fight for the protection of our rivers and access to clean water and sanitation. Which is why this Women’s History Month we’re lifting up these women in the water movement: Director [...]
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Water Hub Staff Q&A: Sade Moore

New Water Hub Communications Associate Sade Moore shares her experiences and passions for environmental justice and storytelling. What’s your name, pronouns, and title? Sade Moore, She/Her/Hers, Communications Associate  Where do you call home? Richmond, Virginia What brought you to this work and why does water matter to you?  I’m a city girl who wasn’t always passionate about the environment. As a poet, [...]
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Rising Voices: Pacoima Beautiful, water and heat in the San Fernando Valley

Rising Voices is a column the Water Hub pens for Maven’s Notebook listening to advocates and organizers in California talk about water issues impacting local communities. This month, as we’ve seen as extreme heat radiates across the West, we checked in with Pacoima Beautiful’s policy director, Andres Ramirez, and lead project planner, Dora Frietze-Armenta, to talk about what’s going on in Los [...]
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