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America, Children, and Community: ABC7 Eyewitness News @ABC7 Follow CALIFORNIA POLLUTION: Latinos, blacks breathe 40 percent more pollution than whites in California, study says STUDY FINDS RACIAL DISPARITY IN POLLUTION EXPOSURE EYEWITNESS NEWS Latinos, blacks breathe 40 percent more pollution than whites in CA: Study Latinos and African-Americans breathe about 40 percent more pollution than white people do in California, a new study has found. abc7.com mony @moneycaa Follow It's called environmental racism, not the air choosing lol. Our homes tend to be near industrial areas, oil mills, freeways, factories, etc. Black children are more likely to get asthma because of this. ABC7 Eyewitness News@ABC7 CALIFORNIA POLLUTION: Latinos, blacks breathe 40 percent more pollution than whites in California, study says abc7.la/2DaeCqa 4:47 PM 6 Feb 2019 14,828 Retweets 37,462 Likes 0O Follow @jessisdeadxxx Replying to @moneycaa I had no knowledge of environmental racism until I read local articles of section 8 apartments completely boxed in by 3 major interstates in Orlando, Florida. I was dumbfounded. Environmental racism is very real @ 37%@._--+ 1:22 AM atlantablackstar.com T-Mobile ATLaNTa BLacK STaR NEIGHBORHOOD IS KILLING In the historically Black community of Parramore in Orlando, Florida, residents are surrounded by highways. The exhaust produced by the more than 300,000 vehicles that pass through the neighborhood each day has created health problems, including cancer, asthma and other respiratory ailments. (Photo: environmentalstudiesblog) The struggle for environmental justice in low-income and Black communities continues. This is most certainly the case in Orlando, Florida. In the heart of one of the premier tourist destinations in the United States, the theme park capital of America, the residents of a historically Black community are having trouble breathing due to air pollution T-Mobile 1:22 AM @ 37% @ -0.+ a google.com m.huffpost.com HUFFPOSTI Even Breathing Is A Risk In One Of Orlando's Poorest Neighborhoods People inhale soot and noxious fumes from the car-laden highways encircling their historically black community. blackqueerblog: Clean water, clean air, access to nutritious food, etc; access based on zip code. A well known case of environmental racism is the Flint water crisis. Less effort goes into neighborhoods for poc and tending to them
America, Children, and Community: ABC7 Eyewitness News
 @ABC7
 Follow
 CALIFORNIA POLLUTION: Latinos, blacks
 breathe 40 percent more pollution than
 whites in California, study says
 STUDY FINDS RACIAL DISPARITY IN POLLUTION EXPOSURE
 EYEWITNESS NEWS
 Latinos, blacks breathe 40 percent more pollution than whites in CA: Study
 Latinos and African-Americans breathe about 40 percent more pollution than white
 people do in California, a new study has found.
 abc7.com

 mony
 @moneycaa
 Follow
 It's called environmental racism, not the
 air choosing lol. Our homes tend to be
 near industrial areas, oil mills, freeways,
 factories, etc. Black children are more
 likely to get asthma because of this.
 ABC7 Eyewitness News@ABC7
 CALIFORNIA POLLUTION: Latinos, blacks breathe 40 percent more pollution
 than whites in California, study says abc7.la/2DaeCqa
 4:47 PM 6 Feb 2019
 14,828 Retweets 37,462 Likes 0O

 Follow
 @jessisdeadxxx
 Replying to @moneycaa
 I had no knowledge of environmental racism
 until I read local articles of section 8
 apartments completely boxed in by 3 major
 interstates in Orlando, Florida. I was
 dumbfounded. Environmental racism is very
 real

 @ 37%@._--+
 1:22 AM
 atlantablackstar.com
 T-Mobile
 ATLaNTa BLacK STaR
 NEIGHBORHOOD
 IS
 KILLING
 In the historically Black community of Parramore in
 Orlando, Florida, residents are surrounded by
 highways. The exhaust produced by the more than
 300,000 vehicles that pass through the neighborhood
 each day has created health problems, including
 cancer, asthma and other respiratory ailments.
 (Photo: environmentalstudiesblog)
 The struggle for environmental justice in low-income
 and Black communities continues. This is most
 certainly the case in Orlando, Florida. In the heart of
 one of the premier tourist destinations in the United
 States, the theme park capital of America, the
 residents of a historically Black community are
 having trouble breathing due to air pollution

 T-Mobile
 1:22 AM
 @
 37% @
 -0.+
 a google.com
 m.huffpost.com
 HUFFPOSTI
 Even Breathing Is A Risk In
 One Of Orlando's Poorest
 Neighborhoods
 People inhale soot and noxious fumes from
 the car-laden highways encircling their
 historically black community.
blackqueerblog:
Clean water, clean air, access to nutritious food, etc; access based on zip code. A well known case of environmental racism is the Flint water crisis. Less effort goes into neighborhoods for poc and tending to them

blackqueerblog: Clean water, clean air, access to nutritious food, etc; access based on zip code. A well known case of environmental racism ...

Alive, Bmw, and Club: How could Tupac get shot in the middle of Las Vegas!? VLADTV “22 years ago Tupac was shot for a second time in Las Vegas, NV, he would sadly pass away 6 days later on the 13th of September. Tupac was with Suge Knight and his entourage to attend the Seldon vs. Tyson fight (Tyson - TKO - 1:49) when the group of party goers spotted Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, alleged member of the Compton Crips. The group proceeded to jump him as affiliates of Death Row had been robbed by him and other Crips in a Foot Locker a while back. The following events happened afterward: The group went to Club 662, left in a 1996 Black BMW (final image of Tupac alive taken), they were pulled over for a noise complaint and missing plates, they would go on without getting fined. Then their car was approached by another party, 2 woman to which Tupac processed to talk with, after a few moments a white Cadillac pulled up and opened fire at the black BMW, hitting Tupac 4 times, 2 in the chest, 1 in his arm and 1 in the thigh. He would be brought to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, sadly he would succumb to his wounds six days later, age 25. Tupac is and will always be a iconic symbol of Hip-Hop, hated or loved he shall be here for decades and has still been relevant evem after his passing. Clip - compilation of video and pictures of Tupac's final day.” ( via @vladtv )
Alive, Bmw, and Club: How could Tupac get shot
 in the middle of Las Vegas!?
 VLADTV
“22 years ago Tupac was shot for a second time in Las Vegas, NV, he would sadly pass away 6 days later on the 13th of September. Tupac was with Suge Knight and his entourage to attend the Seldon vs. Tyson fight (Tyson - TKO - 1:49) when the group of party goers spotted Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, alleged member of the Compton Crips. The group proceeded to jump him as affiliates of Death Row had been robbed by him and other Crips in a Foot Locker a while back. The following events happened afterward: The group went to Club 662, left in a 1996 Black BMW (final image of Tupac alive taken), they were pulled over for a noise complaint and missing plates, they would go on without getting fined. Then their car was approached by another party, 2 woman to which Tupac processed to talk with, after a few moments a white Cadillac pulled up and opened fire at the black BMW, hitting Tupac 4 times, 2 in the chest, 1 in his arm and 1 in the thigh. He would be brought to University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, sadly he would succumb to his wounds six days later, age 25. Tupac is and will always be a iconic symbol of Hip-Hop, hated or loved he shall be here for decades and has still been relevant evem after his passing. Clip - compilation of video and pictures of Tupac's final day.” ( via @vladtv )

“22 years ago Tupac was shot for a second time in Las Vegas, NV, he would sadly pass away 6 days later on the 13th of September. Tupac was w...