Overburdened: Undermined

Active strip mines in the Black Warrior River watershed are causing irreversible damage to the landscape and potentially jeopardizing the health of waterways and local communities. Here is a sobering look at the devastating impacts of strip mining on water quality, and the communities and wildlife that depend on clean water.

Learn more about the threats coal mining activities pose to Alabama's waterways.

About the Director

Lacey Kennedy graduated from the University Honors Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, with a degree in Molecular Biology and minors in Media Studies, Spanish, and Chemistry. An activist at heart, she is heavily involved in the immigrant rights movement in her home state of Alabama and is interested in using film to illuminate environmental justice issues.

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