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29 de Junio de 2007

Casi dos años después de Katrina, los residentes de la costa del Golfo luchan contra la negligencia ambiental y la privatización

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Veintidós meses después de que el huracán Katrina devastara la región del Golfo de Louisiana, Mississippi y Alabama, los residentes todavía luchan por salvar sus comunidades. Hablamos con Monique Harden, codirectora de Defensores de los Derechos Humanos Ambientales (Advocates for Environmental Human Rights), organización con sede en Nueva Orleáns y organizadora de una caravana de activistas afectados por el Katrina al Foro Social de EE.UU. esta semana.

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