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U.N. Human Rights Experts Say Environmental Racism In Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Must End

U.N. Human Rights Experts Say Environmental Racism In Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Must End

The report from a body that normally investigates Russia, Myanmar and Afghanistan condemned disproportionate cancer rates in the badly polluted petrochemical corridor. United Nations human rights officials issued a report Tuesday condemning environmental racism in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley,” where the mostly Black population breathes air heavily polluted by an ever-widening corridor of...

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HOMEPAGE

Gottlieb reassures on Johnson & Johnson: FDA didn't order vaccine off the market

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Gottlieb reassures on Johnson & Johnson: FDA didn't order vaccine off the market

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Gottlieb reassures on Johnson & Johnson: FDA didn't order vaccine off the market

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MURDER

The Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake in the back has returned to active duty without being disciplined or charged

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The Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake in the back has returned to active duty without being disciplined or charged

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The Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake in the back has returned to active duty without being disciplined or charged

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