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Louisville's Rubbertown Neighborhood Fights against Toxic Emissions
WEB-EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, Unnatural Causes
Eboni Cochran and her neighbors in Louisville have organized to demand that chemical companies in their area do a better job of monitoring and containing hazardous materials that seep into the soil and air. Across the country, polluting industries are concentrated in communities where the poor and people of color live.

From the UNNATURAL CAUSES series:  Episode 1 - In Sickness and In Wealth