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We build political power to protect our environment, protect our democracy, and create a healthy and sustainable future for everyone.

Not in My Backyard: Systematic Racism and Redlining

It’s no coincidence that communities of color face harsher health burdens due to dirty air and water. From antebellum Reconstruction through the Jim Crow era, housing policy was designed to prevent Black residents from living in predominantly White neighborhoods. Land use decisions about where to locate polluting industries usually placed

A Conservation Voters Guide to Social Distancing

Like you, the FCV Staff is practicing social distancing at this time. But because our work depends so heavily on people connecting with one another, we are definitely thinking about how we can stay “social” during this time of physical distancing! We wanted to share some of these ideas from

2019 In Review

I am so proud of Florida Conservation Voters Education Fund’s 2019 accomplishments. Day in and day out, our dedicated staff of seven, we are always at work engaging people in our democracy to protect our environment and healthy communities for everyone. Below are five ways FCVEF has made a difference