LOST IN THE SMOKE for Pacific Standard Magazine
The Environmental Protection Agency has left immigrants and poor communities of color to fend for themselves at toxic waste sites across the country. “The families in these households are at a unique disadvantage in obtaining information about environmental risks and fighting back against them. As immigrants, they are also much less likely than other Americans to have health insurance, and therefore to receive care for pollution-related problems.”
I worked in Fairmont City, Illinois and East Chicago, Indiana for the cover story of Pacific Standard's May 2018 issue.
Pacific Standard: "Failure at the EPA"