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Letters to the Editor need to be persuasive. Now that we have worked on building our credibility in the community, its time to educate the reader with facts and appeals to emotion.

Most readers want to hear your story. The more impactful and moving, the better.

“I have been harmed by pollutants…”

You can use facts and statistics to further your point.

“Climate change affects people of color at an alarming rate. According to a Yale study, Black and Hispanic people experience a “pollution burden” of 56% and 63% more exposure than they cause, respectively.”