Environmental justice: what is it?

Why do so many people of color live in neighborhoods with polluted air and contaminated water? Experts explain... This video has been produced in partnership with a brand

12/07/2020 7:58 PM


  • Martin Q.
    02/01/2021 20:25

    If you Look at Londons development through the industrial Revolution with the factories in the centre of the city. The wind blows west to east and all the poor housing is in the east end and the fancy housing is the clean west end. The poor will always be oppressed and I’m sure this hasn’t changed to this day.

  • Jerry C.
    01/06/2021 13:53

    Environmental racism? That’s a stretch. Got news for ya. Stop voting Dummycrat and things will improve. Virtually every destroyed city is controlled by Dummycrats. Figure it out already...

  • Brian M.
    01/06/2021 08:07

    OMG. Now the weather is racist 🙄

  • Stephen L.
    01/06/2021 07:53

    I don't understand are people that they are talking about forced to live in these places? Lol everyone has a choice where to live it just takes hard work and dedication.

  • Bailey J.
    01/06/2021 07:50

    Breanna Cross he look like the the black kite for hxh

  • Gerald A.
    01/06/2021 07:21

    This is real stuff

  • Henri B.
    01/06/2021 06:46

    Back The Slap Up Cry Me a River and I Have 2 my Neighborhood

  • Steve B.
    01/06/2021 06:43

    The news media and people like him want us to believe that it is black brown thing it’s not poor people don’t know skin color please stop trying to make it a racist thing

  • Jared J.
    01/06/2021 06:39

    Stop giving people excuses. Get real. If Your life sucks. Do something about it. Don’t give me excuses for why you can’t. Nothing and no one is holding you down except the victim narrative that videos like this perpetuate. Learn a trade it doesn’t cost a thing to work as an apprentice and move up the economic ladder. If you’re perpetually broke in the United States of America then by definition you are bad with money and it’s no ones fault but your own. Here’s your keys to success 1) graduate high school or get an equivalent (ged). 2) don’t have babies outside of a stabile relationship 3) get a job in a career field with advancements (technical job, craftsman, mostly blue collar). Life isn’t easy. There are shortcuts but they don’t exist for 90% of us. This won’t be expedient but that’s not how it’s supposed to be.

  • Chris M.
    01/06/2021 06:32


  • Kevin D.
    01/06/2021 06:08

    You can get clean water after you drain the swamp

  • Vega G.
    01/06/2021 05:55


  • Stacey K.
    01/06/2021 05:40

    Proud to support NRDC.

  • Mark F.
    01/06/2021 05:11

    Stir the pot.

  • Gary R.
    01/06/2021 04:57

    Try this don't break laws

  • Kory S.
    01/06/2021 04:16

    Most industrial area have been there for decades Since industrial areas aren’t desirable areas to live property values are lower there meaning lower rent. Industrial areas attracted those people rather than those people attracting industry.

  • Steven W.
    01/06/2021 04:14

    What does race have to do with this? At all? There's a city in Idaho with a sugar factory (those are a thing apparently) where mostly white people live and work, and they suffer all sorts of health problems because of that factory. Somebody intelligent once said "We don't see things as THEY are, we see them as WE are." If all you think is racism, all you see is racism.

  • Patty J.
    01/06/2021 04:12

    You can move

  • Steve R.
    01/06/2021 04:03

    Whatever, don't like it, make a change.

  • Jeff M.
    01/06/2021 04:02

    Why can't it be for everyone? White people go's through it too!