Mossville Environmental Action Now has been working on environmental pollution in the United States, Mossville, Louisiana .  The organization is significant for its role in advocating for people affected by pollution. 
MEAN became incorporated as a non-profit, tax-exempt organization in the state of Louisiana in 1999.  In 2005 MEAN became party to a petition before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights seeking to hold the United States government accountable for violation of Mossville residents’ human rights.  Mossville Environmental Action Now is one of the first environmental justice organizations to bring the US government to the forefront of environmental protection. 
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- Jump up^ Louisiana Secretary of State. “Mossville Environmental Action Now” . Louisiana Secretary of State Business Filings . Louisiana Depart of State . Retrieved 1 December 2016 .
- Jump up^ Staff. “IACHR Admits Cases Involving Ancestral Lands and ‘Environmental Racism ‘ ” . International Justice Resource Center . International Justice Resource Center . Retrieved 2 December 2016 .