NAACP initiative to connect communities of color and low income with solar

By Kathie Zipp In observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day, the NAACP kicked off a civil rights economic and environmental justice initiative to connect more than 30 communities of color and low income with solar energy infrastructure for homes and community centers, as well as skills training for solar jobs, all supported by strengthened solar equity policies.
The NAACP launched the event in Los Angeles, California at The Jenesse Center, a nationally recognized non-profit domestic violence prevention and intervention organization.
In launching the Solar Equity Initiative, the NAACP makes a year-long commitment to provide solar job skills training to 100 individuals,

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