'The Fear of Dying' Pervades Southern California's Oil-Polluted Enclaves
The Marathon refinery is seen late evening in Carson, California on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. COVID-19 has made life for Southern California's frontline communities even more difficult and dangerous. While families across the region are struggling with shelter-in-place orders, it's especially challenging for those living next door to large polluters like petroleum refineries. As the state wins praise for its progressive climate policies, refinery emissions vex people in low-income communities. Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
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