Addressing Health Inequities in the Mid-Atlantic

Communities deserve to breathe clear air. See how we're funding research that leads to reducing air pollution and health inequities in underserved neighborhoods.

A street-level view of a four-lane street in New York City. Sun reflects off the buildings. There is bumper-to-bumper traffic.
(Photo credit: Dooney Full Frame Foto / Flickr)

This project supports the development and execution of community-driven engagement strategies and research to collect better data on neighborhood-scale air pollution exposures including traffic-related air pollution to reduce air pollution and associated health inequities in underserved and overburdened communities across the Mid-Atlantic region. For this project, CEEJH will partner with community organizations such as NAACP, Urban League, historically Black fraternities and sororities, and churches to build a community-based air quality monitoring network in communities of color.

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