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INTRODUCTION: The Evolution of Environmental Justice Activism, Research, and Scholarship

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 December 2011

Dorceta E. Taylor
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PhD, University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Abstract

This article argues that there is a long history of environmental racism in American society. The first part of the article briefly discusses some of the environmental practices that discriminated against and negatively impacted people of color. It also discusses the responses of people color to these inequities. The second part of the article examines the rise of the contemporary environmental justice movement. This portion of the essay also looks at the evolution of environmental justice scholarship. It argues that despite controversy over the assertion that race and class are related to the siting patterns of hazardous facilities, most studies support the claim.

Environmental Practice 13:280–301 (2011)

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