JePahl White stands on the property where his father’s west Fresno home once stood, with the long-shut down well in background and an old vineyard. By the age of 42, White had endured two kidney transplants, surgery for a cancerous tumor and open-heart surgery. He blames the dirty air and contaminated water found in west Fresno, which is where many of the city’s African Americans live.
JePahl White stands on the property where his father’s west Fresno home once stood, with the long-shut down well in background and an old vineyard. By the age of 42, White had endured two kidney transplants, surgery for a cancerous tumor and open-heart surgery. He blames the dirty air and contaminated water found in west Fresno, which is where many of the city’s African Americans live. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
JePahl White stands on the property where his father’s west Fresno home once stood, with the long-shut down well in background and an old vineyard. By the age of 42, White had endured two kidney transplants, surgery for a cancerous tumor and open-heart surgery. He blames the dirty air and contaminated water found in west Fresno, which is where many of the city’s African Americans live. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com