Air Pollution: Latinos At High Risk (Video)


“Nearly one of every two Latinos live in areas where breathing is unhealthy and even deadly.”- U.S. Latinos and Air Pollution Latinos became the largest minority group in 191 U.S. metropolitan districts last year, with the highest expansion in areas of concentrated vehicle traffic, industry and power plant activity. Nearly one out of every two Latinos lives in the country’s top 25 most ozone-polluted cities. Watch this powerful video of Latina mom Ana Flores and see why she considers air pollution a personal attack on her family, and what prompted her to join Moms Clean Air Force.



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Photo credit: Moms Clean Air Force


Peter Mengos
Peter Mengos4 years ago


Peter Mengos
Peter Mengos4 years ago

hope it gets better

jayasri amma
jayasri a4 years ago

thanks for sharing

Kathy Perez
Kathy J4 years ago

thanks, and Ernest... for all you know she is a citizen! What an ignorant comment!

Douglas S.
Douglas S4 years ago


pamela kirkham
Past Member 4 years ago

thanks for sharing

Terry King
Terry K4 years ago

Ever been to Mexico City?

Andrea A.
Andrea A4 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

Richard B.
Richard B.4 years ago

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Diane Mckinney
Diane Mckinney4 years ago

I've heard it all. lets all fix this for the poor illegal.