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For decades, communities along the industrial corridor between Baton Rouge and New Orleans have worried that toxic emissions were harming their health. It’s a fear that has earned the region the nickname “Cancer Alley.” Richard Misrach began photographing this stretch of the Mississippi River in 1998.
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