Skip to Content

home-photo1home-photo2 is a communication hub for the Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform (EJHA). EJHA is rooted in the history of the environmental and economic justice movement, and dedicated to chemical safety and supporting healthy, toxic-free communities where we live, work, play, pray and go to school.

Latest news: Our new interactive map and report, titled, Life at the Fenceline, shows that people living within a three-mile 'fenceline' zone of hazardous chemical facilities are disproportionately people of color, impoverished, and suffer a greater risk of cancer and respiratory illness caused by air pollution. The mapping and analysis found that over 124 million Americans (39%) live in constant threat of catastrophic explosion or poison gas release within a fenceline zone of one or more hazardous chemical facilities. Click here to view the map and read the report!


About UsNews & MediaCampaigns & Activities