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  • ‘Energy Justice’ Nominee Brings Activist Voice To Biden’s Climate Plans

    NPR - 06/08/2021

    Shalanda Baker is a former Air Force officer and a law professor at Northeastern University. She co-founded and co-directed the Initiative for Energy Justice. An Energy Department announcement for her nomination mentions Baker’s recent book Revolutionary Power: An Activist’s Guide to the Energy Transition, where she “argues that the technical terrain of energy policy should be the next domain to advance civil rights.”

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