Discrimination Is In The Air — Literally

Niara Savage
Apr 25, 2019 - 5:00
Discrimination Is In The Air — Literally

  The air we breathe should be the most socially equitable part of our lives, free from the disparities and inequalities that govern the rest of our existence. However, study after study disputes this idea, demonstrating that low-income families and people of color are more likely to be exposed to toxins and pollution, and suffer most from contact with hazardous airborne particles. In America’s poorest communities, even the air reflects the inequity that increasingly defines the nation....

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3 Replies to “Discrimination Is In The Air — Literally”

  1. Problems such as this are preventable but, all too often, ignored for the ‘expediency’ of profit. This is a perfect example of the need to be better stewards of our planet and each other. Thank you for this article!

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