Green Jobs Shouldn’t Leave Black and Brown Workers Behind

PVC pipes are installed at a new home for a rainwater harvesting system in Los Angeles. (Citizen of the Planet / Getty Images)

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Green Jobs Shouldn’t Leave Black and Brown Workers Behind

PVC pipes are installed at a new home for a rainwater harvesting system in Los Angeles. (Citizen of the Planet / Getty Images)

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Green Jobs Shouldn’t Leave Black and Brown Workers Behind

PVC pipes are installed at a new home for a rainwater harvesting system in Los Angeles. (Citizen of the Planet / Getty Images)

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