Coal Ash Activist and Artist Caroline Armijo for Earth Justice (19/32)

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Portrait of Caroline Armijo at Moratock State Park on the Dan River in Danbury, North Carolina, Saturday, October 12, 2019 . In 2014, a leak from a Duke Energy site left coal ash coating 70 miles of the Dan River on the North Carolina-Virginia border. Caroline Armijo is environmental advocate and artist who now lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, but grew up in Stokes County where the coal ash spill took place. Her work incorporates her concern for environmental issues threatening her home community – coal ash and fracking. She advocates with Residents for Coal Ash Clean Up, which supports the Belews Creek Community and Alliance of Carolinians Together (ACT) against Coal Ash. (Justin Cook)
Portrait of Caroline Armijo at Moratock State Park on the Dan River in Danbury, North Carolina, Saturday, October 12, 2019 . In 2014, a leak from a Duke Energy site left coal ash coating 70 miles of the Dan River on the North Carolina-Virginia border. Caroline Armijo is environmental advocate and artist who now lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, but grew up in Stokes County where the coal ash spill took place. Her work incorporates her concern for environmental issues threatening her...
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