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Race and income linked to air pollution exposure, study shows

Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Latinos and low-income populations are being exposed to higher levels of air pollution than other groups. Image: Unsplash/ Pawel Czerwinski

Karen Feldscher

Writer, Harvard

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