Greenhaven Publishing

Environmental Racism and Classism (At Issue (Hardcover))

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ISBN: 9781534500402
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication Date: 2017-01-01
Number of pages: 156
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Flints water supply tainted with lead. Chicagos toxic donut. Louisianas cancer alley. Corporate waste poisoning developing nations. These are all examples of environmental racism. Readers of this compelling anthology will be awakened to many examples of poor and minority communities that suffer physically, emotionally, and financially from living in a toxic environment. With no political clout and few available resources, these victims find themselves abandoned by the environmental movement and bullied by environmental policies. The burgeoning environmental justice movement argues that environmental protection is a basic right. After reading the informative viewpoints in this volume, students will come to their own conclusions.

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