Activist Catherine Flowers: the poor living amid sewage is ‘the final monument of the Confederacy’

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In rural Alabama where Martin Luther King marched for civil rights, Flowers has waged a long fight for environmental justice

Catherine Flowers stumbled upon the defining cause of her life by accident. She was working as an economic consultant for Lowndes county, the historic African American community through which the Selma to Montgomery marchers passed in 1965, lighting a flame under the civil rights movement.

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