NCEJN Blog

Here you can explore articles and stories that we are telling from the front-lines of climate change.

Farms, not Factories!

Join us to hear how representatives from ASPCA, Land Stewardship Project, the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network, are organizing against factory farms and changing policies to move us towards a future where sustainable animal agriculture is the norm.

Freedom Hill Documentary Screening & Discussion

Princeville, NC is the first town incorporated by freed, enslaved Africans in America. But, due to hurricanes, white supremacy and political neglect, it is gradually being washed away. Join us 7/6 for the Freedom Hill Documentary & panel discussion.

Organizational Rebirth & Position Announcements

WHO WE ARE: The North Carolina Environmental Justice Network (NCEJN) is a coalition of community organizations and their supporters who work with low-income communities and people of color to promote health and environmental equity, clean industry, safe workplaces,...

Wood Pellet Plant Adds to Community Concerns

The Issue The world’s first-ever black wood pellet plant is coming to Lumberton, North Carolina (Robeson County), a predominantly black & low-income rural community already burdened by numerous sources of environmental harm. The community is concerned about...