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February 20, 2012

Environmental Justice

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When thinking about environmental health, the first issues that usually come to mind are pollution and outdoor air quality. This overlooks that hazards that can be found in one’s own home. It is a public health concern that can have its most potent effects on urban communities and neighborhoods with substandard housing. This week Gladys Haddad talks with Kimberly Foreman, the Director of Outreach and Education for Environmental Health Watch. Foreman talks about her role inspecting homes for health hazards and she discusses her community education programs.

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(left) Gladys Haddad, host of Regionally Speaking
(right) Kimberly Foreman, the Director of Outreach and Education for Environmental Health Watch

Posted by: Elliot Schwartz February 20, 2012 01:30 PM | Category:

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