This book provides the major economic, social, and psychological impacts associated with the siting of noxious facilities and their significance in mobilizing the African American community. It explores the barriers to environmental and social justice experienced by African Americans.

chapter 1|20 pages

Environmentalism and Social Justice

chapter 2|16 pages

Race, Class, and the Politics of Place

chapter 5|16 pages

Environmental Racism Revisited

chapter 6|24 pages

Environmental Justice as a Working Model