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Addressing South L.A.'s Slum Housing and Indoor Air Pollution

Addressing South L.A.'s Slum Housing and Indoor Air Pollution

Almost a third of South L.A. residents are under the age of 18, and poor indoor air quality from slum housing conditions results in a critical public health issue.
Making Health Happen in South L.A.

Making Health Happen in South L.A.

South L.A. residents are increasingly vulnerable to a number of negative health outcomes due to high levels of pollution from traffic emissions and oil extraction sites in close pr ...
South L.A. Residents Face Staggering Environmental Health and Justice Problems

South L.A. Residents Face Staggering Environmental Health and Justice Problems

South L.A. has been identified as one of the most polluted areas in the state, and its residents will live five years less than those from other parts ofLos Angeles.
Achieving a Healthier Los Angeles by Stabilizing our Neighborhoods

Achieving a Healthier Los Angeles by Stabilizing our Neighborhoods

A growing body of research is reinforcing what public health and housing advocates in Los Angeles have long known: losing your home can be hazardous to your health.
Guiding Los Angeles Toward a Healthy Future

Guiding Los Angeles Toward a Healthy Future

Los Angeles is a city with many health inequities, and where a person lives often determines their health destiny.
Three Generations Sue U.S. EPA over Toxic Pesticides at Schools

Three Generations Sue U.S. EPA over Toxic Pesticides at Schools

David Garcia suffered exposure to disparate and adverse levels of methyl bromide while attending Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, California, according to the suit.
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