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This blog is about a public health issue. It is about an environmental justice issue, a climate justice issue, a criminal justice issue, a social justice issue, and a racial justice issue. I wanted to write this blog about my perspective on the murders of Mr.

Ahmaud Arbery two months ago in Georgia and Mr. Dreasjon Reed, who was murdered in Indiana Wednesday—shot 14 times by police. I initially decided to write from a scientific perspective—as a toxicologist and environmental health scientist. Toxicology is the scientific field designed to help us understand the harmful effects of chemicals, substances or situations on people, animals, and the environment.

A toxin is a poison produced by the body. Toxicants are man-made products, artificial products that are introduced into the environment due to human activity. A poison is something that has a noxious effect on living organisms. As an environmental toxicologist, I can discuss the actions behind the murder…scientifically.

Remember—environment is where we live, work, pray, play and go to school. Racism — the situation where one race feels more superior to another, creates a toxic situation that poisons the environment and, as we have seen repeatedly, is fatal to Black and Brown people. This toxin, this poison, infects the very soul of those who consider themselves superior, which in turn affects the lives of those they erroneously consider inferior.

It reflects in the way Black and Brown lives are treated as unimportant and is reflected in the eyes of families and friends and even strangers. Then I thought I would write this from a legal perspective, since I am also a lawyer. However, it seems that the chosen actions—to follow Mr. Arbery in a vehicle for no apparent reason other than his skin tone , or to chase Mr. Reed and literally shoot him to death—were deliberate. The end results were deliberate, not unintended. No slippery slope there, no confusion.

You do not chase someone and shoot them multiple times unless you intend that they die. But I have said too much.

Remember, in the legal world, everyone is considered innocent until proven guilty, right? Arbery was not given the benefit of that consideration. And neither was Mr. Reed, or the multitude of other men and women I could list here.

Once again, the responsible parties—yes, we all know who you are—have not been convicted. Finally, I decided to speak from my unique perspective as an African American, a Black person.

My immediate and long-term emotions range from rage to outrage to anger and frustration, sadness, worry and fear. I am outraged that Mr. Arbery was murdered two months ago, and it is just now getting news coverage—because of the video evidence that recently came to light, nobody has been talking about it these past two months and the murderers have been walking around free! Reed was gunned down like a rabid dog and shot 14 times! Everyday it is something else—from subtle insults to outright hatred—we have seen it all.

When does it stop? My heart aches for Mr. I used to worry about all Black males because they are ALWAYS in danger, their lives considered forfeit for any perceived infraction or insult to someone of another color. But now I also worry about Black women, Indigenous people, particularly women and girls and all who have been victimized by someone who mistakenly thought they were superior to them and that their Black lives did not matter. I have four brothers, one is deceased.

The other three are tall, fairly good-looking, intelligent men, and—although each is a different hue—all are Black. I worry about the men and women, girls, and boys in my family, particularly since several of them lost their lives to violence. I worry about them all the time. I am afraid for them. I recently sent my youngest brother a mask, gloves and a scarf recommended for use to protect against COVID infection I have written at length about the challenge that is COVID and the war it is raging in our communities.

I had to consider what color scarf to send him, as he would be wearing it to cover the lower half of his face — an action which could get him killed. I consciously decided that a lighter color would be safer for him — not blue or dark green or maroon or brown — and most certainly not black. My friends tell similar stories…. I remember a time when I saw police lights and heard sirens, and my greatest concern was whether I would be pulled over and given a ticket, even though I was not speeding, driving recklessly etc.

Now, when I see those flashing lights or hear sirens behind me, I taste fear. I always pray that I am not the person they are pulling over. Then I pray that whoever it is makes it out alive. We do not want to go back to that.

Environmental injustices are alive and well, in the air we breathe and the water we drink. Contamination from toxicants affects communities of color first and worst.

Native American women and girls are missing or murdered. Climate change is a threat multiplier, even moreso for communities of color. Who wants to go back to that reality? An antidote is something that counteracts the effects of a poison. What is the antidote to the poison that is racism and murder? Is it holding people accountable under the law? Stricter laws? Compassion and empathy instead of sympathy?

At the end of all the current insanity, we have a chance to make a better world and create a NEW normal. Remember, our environment is where we live, work, play, pray and go to school. We all of us! Posted in: Science and Democracy , Uncategorized Tags: climate justice , criminal justice , environment , environmental justice , public health , racial justice , social justice.

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The famous French philosopher Denis Diderot lived nearly his entire life in poverty, but that all changed in Diderot was 52 years old and his daughter was about to be married, but he could not afford to provide a dowry. Suddenly, Diderot had money to spare.

We are more connected than ever before, yet we somehow feel more isolated. We have the ability to reconnect with our high-school classmates and talk to our heroes on social media, yet we feel that we have less intimate connections than the generation before us. We are also spending more time working than we have in previous decades— especially in the US.

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This blog is about a public health issue. It is about an environmental justice issue, a climate justice issue, a criminal justice issue, a social justice issue, and a racial justice issue. I wanted to write this blog about my perspective on the murders of Mr. Ahmaud Arbery two months ago in Georgia and Mr.



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