Lynne Bonnett article
- fair haven communities with latino, black and immigrant residents cast fishing lines along the river downstream from the power plant.
- People of color are disproportionately harmed by neglected environmental issues.
- Blacks and latinos are more likely than whites to live dangerously close to environmental hazards.
- While majority white, middle- income and wealthy communities enjoy relative insulation from the risks of living near hazardous facilities, a lack of political representation on environmental issues makes it more difficult for racial minorities in poorer neighborhoods to combat injustices
- how it doesn't matter what state you live in the least percentage of the population to live in chemically hazardous zones are whites.