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We have to take care of our environment for future generations. The children of this world, regardless of their race, class or cultural background, deserve a healthy future. I’m working for change to help the health of my community.

Clean Air Ambassador | Huntersville, North Carolina

Brandi Williams

The first line in my bio tells my story almost fully: If born several decades earlier, Mizz Bea, also known as Brandi N. Williams, would have been an afro-wearing, fist-in-the air social activist.

Initially, I chose a career in public relations. But my passion for social justice is too strong and today I am doing both. Using my training as public relations professional, I am advocating for social justice—#pr4socialjustice.

After spending several years working for the City of Charlotte's Department of Solid Waste Services, I began to understand the connection between waste management and the environment. More importantly, I began to understand the connection between the environment and our health.

African Americans are disproportionately impacted by diseases and illnesses. Many of these are caused by environmental issues. I want to be able to fight for change to help the health of our community. More than that, I want to make sure we take care of our environment for future generations.

I want to be able to fight for change to help the health of our community. More than that, I want to make sure we take care of our environment for future generations.

50 States United For Healthy Air

Clean air should be a fundamental right. Air pollution causes asthma attacks, lung disease, and even death. But our bodies don't have to be the dumping ground for dirty industries.

The technology to dramatically reduce harmful air pollution is available today, and major polluters should be required to use it.

Clean Air Ambassadors from every state are sending a powerful message: Everyone has a right to breathe clean, healthy air.

It’s time Congress and the EPA used their ears to help our lungs.