I don’t want to be silent in light of environmental injustice, so I am going to teach about it in my classes. I promise to help protect our community from the inequities of environmental destruction and pollution.

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Dear Tom and Luna,

I don’t want to be silent in light of environmental injustice, so I am going to teach about it in my classes. I promise to help protect our community from the inequities of environmental destruction and pollution.

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