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Predominantly Black and Brown neighborhoods in and around New Orleans are still reeling from the impact of massive hurricanes, like Ida and Katrina. Many of these communities are also impacted by the unequal burden of toxic pollution. In this series, sponsored by, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Maya Eaglin explores how Indigenous, Black, and Brown communities are fighting to save their land, homes, and resources, while simultaneously waging a war against the harmful effects of climate change and environmental racism.