Activists calling on New York officials to stop a National Grid natural-gas pipeline say the nearly completed project is another example of environmental racism targeting Black and brown communities.

They contend that the utility has not done all that it could to warn residents of the dangers posed by its Metropolitan Reliability Infrastructure project.

“I’m a community organizer,” said Pati Rodriguez, 38, who grew up in Bushwick and was surprised to learn the North Brooklyn pipeline was being built a block away from her daughter’s school. “So if I didn’t know about it, then obviously other people didn’t know about it.”