that would require lead removal.
Drawing on the social movements of the 1960s, health professionals joined
with antipoverty groups, civil rights organizations, environmentalists, and
antiwar activists to struggle for access to health facilities for African
Americans in the South and in underserved urban areas, for Chicanos active
in the United Farm Workers’ strikes in the grape-growing areas of California
and the West, for Native Americans on reservations throughout the country,
and for soldiers returning from Vietnam suffering from post-traumatic