This year, Groundswell celebrates another 28 Black-Green Leaders making a difference throughout the country and in their respective communities. These Black-Greens are transforming the defintion of what it means to be "green" this Black History Month.
I can think of no better time of year than now to celebrate the joy that is intrinsic to our work, be grateful for the opportunities we have had this year to help others, and look forward with hope towards the year to come.
This Veterans' Day, Groundswell sat down with our new Director of Host Site Operations, Lenwood Coleman in the latest edition of "My Road to Groundswell." He talks about his 11 years in the Air Force & how his work at Groundswell connects to his past.
Berneta Haynes is the Director of Equity and Access at Georgia Watch where she advocates for justice and equity. But that wasn't always the path she was on. She shared her transformation with Groundswell.
Harold Mitchell, Jr. is a legendary name in environmental advocacy & a 13-year veteran of the South Carolina State House. But in 1993, he was just a young man searching for answers concerning the health of his community.
Partnership is leadership and the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse people & organizations to quickly propagate a good idea is the most important competitive advantage we can have as a community. Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore explains why.