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To Make Change, Get Involved Locally
Longtime activist Lois Gibbs says individuals must organize to confront environmental disasters like Love Canal—and Flint
Fighting Alzheimer’s with Nutrition and Exercise
A good diet—and positive sleep habits, stress management, and cognitive activities—help disease prevention, expert tells Tufts audience
Science and Engineering Complex Officially Dedicated
The new building creates opportunities for integrated research and teaching across multiple disciplines

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Science and Engineering Complex Officially Dedicated
The new building creates opportunities for integrated research and teaching across multiple disciplines
Tufts University begins new era of innovation, discovery with opening of Science and Engineering Complex
Interdisciplinary space to serve as hub of innovation, research and collaboration
Eye on the Philippines
Photographer Alonso Nichols spent six months documenting Filipino life, on the streets and in the country

From the Archives

The Center for Health, Environment and Justice was founded in 1981 by Lois Marie Gibbs. The organization grew out of Gibbs’ experience organizing her community in Love Canal, New York and began as an information clearinghouse for environmental health issues and developed into an organization that focuses on raising awareness for environmental health concerns and assisting communities, organizations and individuals faced with environmental threats.

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