Black Environmental Concerns: Danielle Moodie-Mills

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It’s Women’s History Month! To celebrate, What’s In It For Us Podcast is proud to feature all-women guest hosts for the entire month of March! Joining Dr. Christina Greer this week is a former educator and recovering lobbyist turned media maven, Danielle Moodie-Mills.

In today’s episode, black excellence is in full display as both hosts congratulate Beyoncé for becoming the most decorated female Grammy recipient with a total of 28 Grammy Awards tying legendary music producer Quincy Jones. In not-so black excellent news, actress Stacy Dash decided she wanted to make a u-turn on her political and cultural stances. Do we forgive her?

Thousands of residents in Jackson, Mississippi are still without running water since the winter storm paralyzed the city in February. Mississippi continues to suffer from a storm-related water crisis, which caused 80 water breaks throughout Jackson. Dr. Greer and Danielle Moodie dive into this environmental issue as well as the migrant crisis at the border.

There are now more than 700 unaccompanied children who have been detained by Mexican soldiers or police before they could present themselves to U.S. immigration agents in Reynosa since December. These children are not being handled with care. What can be done about this humanitarian crisis?

With so much going on, we have to stop and take a moment to ask, ‘What’s In It For Us?’

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What’s In It For Us is a smart, funny and edgy political podcast. Hosted by TheGrio Politics Editor, Fordham University Associate Professor of Political Science, and author Dr. Christina Greer.

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