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The Incinerator Does Not Exist: Sensory Engagement with Toxic Potentials

By Chloe Ahmann,¬†George Washington University On the streets of Curtis Bay, a community in south Baltimore, talk of the local trash incinerator is pervasive. People complain about its pungent odor, lament its effects on air quality, and worry about its ties to respiratory ailments. Amidst an already congested industrial landscape, where the cumulative effects of […]

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