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Sierra Club issues organization's first Detroit State-of-the-Environment report

The Sierra Club’s Environmental Justice Program will issue the organization's first-ever Detroit State-of-the-Environment report. Organizers will held the event at the Detroit Future City Offices in Eastern Market. Rhonda Anderson is an Environmental Justice Organizer for the Sierra Club. She says the Detroit Future City Framework did not address certain environmental issues affecting residents of Detroit. Anderson spoke to WDET’s Martina Guzman

Host Out: That was Rhonda Anderson with the Sierra Club. She spoke with WDET’s Martina Guzman. The professors mentioned in the interview are from the University of Michigan. The study is: Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities in Residential Proximity to Polluting Industrial Facilities was released in 2011.