A new report led by the Shriver Center on Poverty Law found that the majority of federally assisted housing in the U.S. exists near hazardous waste sites, exposing residents to harmful toxins like lead and arsenic.
Reset checks in with the authors of the report, and a former resident of a housing complex in East Chicago, Ind.
GUESTS: Emily Coffey, staff attorney for housing justice at the Shriver Center on Poverty Law
Debbie Chizewer, managing attorney at Earthjustice
Akeeshea Daniels, activist and East Chicago resident