More than 40% of Americans live in areas with unhealthy air quality, according t…


More than 40% of Americans live in areas with unhealthy air quality, according to a report from the American Lung Association. The State of the Air report also found that people of color are 61% more likely than White people to live in a county with a failing grade for at least one pollutant. They are also three times more likely to live in a county that failed all three air quality grades: ozone pollution, “short term” particle pollution and “year round” particle pollution. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠



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  1. Don’t you have anything better to do then blame the other side for what you created via media. It’s Saturday! Go enjoy the weekend!

  2. Nobody’s stopping you from moving into a cabin in the woods in Tennessee/Kentucky/WV that costs 10k. Cut it out CNN lol

  3. It’s true, redlining puts communities of color closer to industrial areas (i.e. factories).

  4. Well America e the writer of cnn, needs to solve their racism problem we ain’t talking about colors no more

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