Greenpeace, Matriarchs and Me

Environmental activism in my DNA

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When I considered doing an article on the iconic Greenpeace movement which started much of our environmental activism, I thought it would be an intellectual and historical project. But, my 92-year old Aunt Polly informed that my Green-ness runs in the family, that Greenpeace is just a cousin away and that includes one of the movement’s matriarchs.

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Deborah Levine

Deborah Levine

DEBORAH LEVINE is award-winning author of 15 books, Forbes Magazine D&I Trailblazer, podcast host, opinion columnist, Editor: AmericanDiversityReport.com

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