As Governor Brown strives to build a legacy around his action on climate change, he continues to ignore the very real impacts of dangerous extraction on communities. Without a plan to stop extraction in the state, he continues to allow fracking in communities of color that are already bearing the biggest impacts of climate, industry and the drought.

This film tells the stories of the communities living on the front lines of fracking and climate change.

Appearances by The Center on Race, Poverty & the EnvironmentCommunity Water Center, Food & Water Watch and Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments.

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