This project aims to provide a visualization of gathered historical geospatial data regarding industrial lead (Pb) sources to the ethnic population distribution within Omaha, Nebraska between 1950 - 2000.

In order to convey the correlation of lead industries to distributive environmental injustice, the following maps were produced through geographic information system (GIS) applications to illustrate how numerous hazardous lead industries formed throughout the decades have had a persistent and lasting effect on the African American population.

Although remediation took place, the historical lead industry in Omaha continues to disproportionately effect African Americans more so than white individuals to this day.