In the wake of Flint, Michigan and unfair burdens on health in minority, low-income and tribal communities across the nation, it is time for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take strong action to protect environmental justice. 
This spring, the EPA released its EJ 2020 Action Agenda that is intended to provide a “strategic plan” for environmental justice. The EPA needs to hear from us: first, that we appreciate that they are talking about justice and, second, that their plan needs to actually change rules, permits, funding and public engagement to reduce the burden of pollution, contamination, and destruction of natural resources in EJ communities. 
Please act today to tell EPA it’s time to walk the walk, not just talk about justice.
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