The Faces of Environmental Injustice in Cincinnati
All Films in the Collection • 23m
“The Faces of Environmental Injustice in Cincinnati” explores the adverse health and other effects felt by economically poor and minority communities that too often face the brunt of environmental pollution and poor land-use planning. Polluting industries, coupled with poor regulation and decision-making, can add up to a toxic mix of pollution that poisons entire neighborhoods. While this story takes place in Cincinnati, Ohio, the tale can be transposed to many other metropolitan ares across the United States, and the world.
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