In an article for the Sierra Club, Ruxandra Guidi looks at the connections between a 2019 massacre of Latinos in El Paso and a history of racism in environmental movements. She argues that the killer was not the first to make the claim that poor brown people were an environmental threat.
US bans sugar imports after probe
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has blocked shipments of raw sugar from a top Dominican producer after finding indications of forced labor at its plantation. The probe followed an investigation led by Homelands' Sandy Tolan and Haitian-Dominican journalist Euclides Cordero Nuel.
Guards sow fear in sugar camps
In a piece published by The Intercept, Sandy Tolan and Euclides Cordero Nuel describe how armed bands of masked men descend on labor camps and forcibly evict residents. Tolan and Cordero Nuel won an Overseas Press Club Award for their reporting on labor abuses by the giant Dominican sugar exporter Central Romana.
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