Women's History Month - TuTu's Celebrates Dorothy I. Height

Women's History Month - TuTu's Celebrates Dorothy I. Height

March 15, 2024

Dorothy I. Height, a civil rights leader, and women's rights activist, recognized the intersectionality of social and environmental justice. As president of the National Council of Negro Women, Height advocated for economic empowerment and environmental stewardship in black communities. She promoted initiatives such as community gardens and sustainable development projects to address environmental challenges while uplifting marginalized communities. Height's holistic approach to activism highlighted the importance of environmental justice in the broader fight for equality and social progress.

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