Rebuilding the Homestead
How Black Landowners in Eastern North Carolina Are Recovering Generational Wealth Lost to Industry Encroachment
To Be A Mother Is To Fight
Resisting Toxic Air in Los Angeles
Bayous, A Refuge At Risk
How a Decades-long Battle for Federal Recognition May Be the United Houma Nation’s Last Chance at Survival
Opening the Gateway
The Upper Skagit Tribe Fights the City of Seattle to Protect Salmon and their Place of Origin
We glow in the dark
A Memphis community demands reparations for unknowingly hosting the toxic waste of war.
Who we are
The Margin is an independent media platform that centers the people and places most affected by environmental injustice in the United States. Our stories expose the ongoing cycle of unjust actions that intentionally push the poor and people of color to the edge of society while driving our planet to the brink of collapse.