If you missed our program on April 6th, "Environmental Injustice: What It Is, Who's Harmed, and What Do We Do About It," Freshwater Cleveland has a detailed feature story about the issues that were raised, and the progress being made.
Part of the article highlights Randell McShepard, founder of the urban think tank PolicyBridge and vice president of public affairs for RPM International.
In the discussion, McShepard focused on what he calls a positive story in describing Cleveland’s East Side urban agriculture operation—Rid-All Green Partnership, which he co-directs and has raised funds for its growth from a 1.3-acre site of illegal dumping into an oasis.
Today, multiple business lines and educational programming take place on 15 acres of green space dotted with buildings.
You can read the entire Freshwater Cleveland article at this link.