This interview is reproduced with permission from Yale Environment 360. It was first published on May 7, 2020. Find the original story here. While cities and towns across the United States are wrestling with the devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, none have been hit harder than low-income and minority communities. Places like Detroit, Chicago, and St. James Parish in Louisiana, plagued by decades of economic inequality and pollution in impoverished neighborhoods, have experienced some of the country's highest mortality rates from the virus.
May-13-2020, 06:07:01 GMT