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Delores Leonard of Detroit holding up an air pollution analysis. (Credit: Adam Reinhardt)
Originals

Researchers hand Michigan officials a tool to remedy environmental injustice. Will they use it?

For decades, community members living alongside heavy industry in Southwest Detroit's infamous 48217 zip code have pressed state environmental regulators to consider the cumulative burden of their exposure to a toxic stew of air pollutants.

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Detroit community activist Delores Leonard. (Credit: Adam Reinhardt)
Originals

The “original sin” of air quality regulations is keeping communities polluted. But that’s changing.

DETROIT—Theresa Landrum still has an emergency kit the Wayne County Department of Homeland Security gave her years ago when she asked the agency to help her community, which is surrounded by heavy industry, create an evacuation plan in the event of a chemical emergency.

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