We all deserve the right to breathe clean air. Yet communities of color are 61% more likely to live in a county with unhealthy air. These disparities hold true across socio-economic levels and even the urban-rural divide. This constant exposure to pollution and toxins on the job, at school, and in our homes is worsening the health of our communities and our planet. This problem is exacerbated by inequities in the healthcare system, which further maximizes the impact on affected communities’ health. We must fight decades of environmental racism, influence policymakers, and pressure polluters to protect our communities’ right to clean air.