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Your Health - Your Environment Blog

CEHAT Chairman Josue Gonzalez and CEHAT member Iris Verduzco stand with workshop participants who live adjacent to a polluting site.

Community environmental health activism in South Gate, Los Angeles County, CA
Imagine that you are attending a community workshop about cleaning up the environment in your city. Local environmental justice activists are there to explain how the effects of pollution are disproportionately higher in your area than in other parts of the county.

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