Thu., December 16, 2010 6:17pm (EST)

Environmental Justice in Ga.
By Rickey Bevington
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Updated: 4 years ago

ATLANTA  —  
In Georgia and other southeastern states, poor minorities are more likely than other groups to live near toxic waste sites and other pollution sources. (Photo: lifesufficiency.com)
In Georgia and other southeastern states, poor minorities are more likely than other groups to live near toxic waste sites and other pollution sources. (Photo: lifesufficiency.com)
In Georgia and other southeastern states, poor minorities are more likely than other groups to live near toxic waste sites and other pollution sources.

To learn more about the Obama Administration’s efforts to address environmental justice in Georgia, Rickey Bevington spoke to Ignacia Morena.

She is Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Department of Justice.