Vehicle Pollution Disproportionately Affects People of Color in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
A report from the Union of Concerned Scientists finds that, across 12 states, non-white residents bear disproportionate pollution from cars and trucks.
Why Communities of Color Disproportionately Miss Out on the Benefits of Rooftop Solar Power
A recent study found that, even after controlling for income and homeownership, the racial and ethnic disparities remained.
For Communities of Color, Nearby Industry Leads to Pollution but Not Employment
Vulnerable communities of color living in the shadow of U.S. industry tend to suffer more than they gain.
Are the Feds Cherry-Picking Data to Force Pipelines Through Vulnerable Communities?
Critics say the Federal Energy Regulatory Agency has masked the high costs of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to communities of color.