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The majority of people who live within two miles of the country's hazardous waste sites are minorities. And for a variety of reasons, minority communities are often among the most affected by so-called "legacy pollution," the toxins that tend to stick around for years and years. Sabri Ben-Achour discusses these issues with a local advocate who's been fighting pollution east of the Anacostia River for decades.
[Music: "The Race Is On Again" by Yo La Tengo from I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass]