END HISTORIC DISCRIMINATION
Our government has failed to include rural Black, Indigenous, Latino, and Asian people in its policy making and has often discriminated against them. Black farmers being pushed from the land, Native American sovereignty disregarded, and Latino and Asian farm and meatpacking workers forced into dangerous working conditions are just a few examples of harm and cruelty. It’s time to end these discriminations and right these wrongs.
END THE ENDANGERMENT OF RURAL COMMUNITIES,
particularly those with large populations of color, as sites for polluting industries, such as mega factory farms.
Ensure that communities of color are directly involved
all parts of government decisions and implementations, such as infrastructure projects and agency rulemaking.
ENGAGE IN NATION-TO-NATION CONSULTATION WITH TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS
on federal projects and rulemakings in a manner consistent with the United Nations Declaration on Indigenous Peoples, acknowledging their right to “free, prior, and informed consent.”