Thanks to a loophole in the Clean Air Act, William Koch’s Oxbow plant in Port Arthur, Texas, puts out 10 times as much lung-damaging sulfur dioxide as its industrial neighbors. People who live nearby have asked the state for help, to no avail.
David Leffler is an Austin-based writer. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, Texas Monthly and Pacific Standard.
Articles by David Leffler
The new documentary intimately captures the pressure, pain and aspirations of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation.
The film strives to step beyond the sensationalist rhetoric and show America what its southern boundary actually looks, sounds and feels like.