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ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

Graves of enslaved people pose hurdle for La. chemical plant

People living in "Cancer Alley" in Louisiana are battling plans for a massive new petrochemical plant, smack-dab in the middle of a community where Black residents are struggling to protect their health amid the pandemic as well as their connection to enslaved ancestors believed to be buried on the site.

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4:20

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

Graves of enslaved people pose hurdle for La. chemical plant

People living in "Cancer Alley" in Louisiana are battling plans for a massive new petrochemical plant, smack-dab in the middle of a community where Black residents are struggling to protect their health amid the pandemic as well as their connection to enslaved ancestors believed to be buried on the site.