Broken America. Weak infrastructure, environmental racism and poverty in the pandemic

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With the recent bridge collapse in the Pittsburgh metro, another reminder emerges showing the broken and dated U.S. infrastructure.

From bridges to eroding roads, and down to toxic water with backlogged waterways, the massive repairs and redos on American infrastructure is long overdue. The expectation is that the Biden-Harris Administration will usher in the overhaul as soon as possible.

Along with the infrastructure is the growing cases of environmental issues that proliferated in poor and communities of color. We talk about several cases of environmental racism in Newark, New Jersey; as well as, we explore the continued economic imbalance as poverty in the pandemic dissolves households across the U.S. So who do you call to talk about it? Bro Afrika of All Power to the People Podcast.

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