Ebony – If you want to understand what the Trump era will mean for Black communities that are overburdened with pollution, the people of St. John the Baptist Parish, La., can tell you.
Just last year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) told them that their community had the highest cancer risk from air pollution in the nation.
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