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  • Collection: Environmental Justice

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The United States of America is segregated, and so is pollution. These words come from the so-called "father of environmental justice," Robert Bullard. As a sociologist in the 1970s, he shone a light on the fact that minority…

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Report issued by The Thurgood Marshall Institute at the NAACP Legal Defence and Educational Fund outilining finding of a study on race and access to affordable water. Key issues discussed are water as a public good, barriers to Black homeownership,…

Report issued by Green 2.0 (formerly Green Diversity Initiative) discussing the lack of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color at every level of environmental organizations. The report explores factors that BIPOC identify as important elements for…

This book discusses residents and activists in Flint, Michigan working for water justice within environmental justice frameworks. The author highlights the emphasis on democracy moving citizen and activists toward justice. Open access book from MIT…

A personal story that illustrates what is environmental racism. NRDC’s Dawone Robinson discusses how social, political, and economic inequities lead to environmental injustice.

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Revised edition, 1995. Original edition published in 1972.This book was the first single-authored book that covered ecological ethics and theology. It discusses key philosophical, theological, and ecological issues for Christians and other concerned…

Originally published in Portuguese, this edition is in English.  "In his latest work, the noted Latin American theologian Leonardo Boff extends the intuitions of liberation theology, showing how they contribute to answering urgent questions of…

Under 2 min video from Audiopedia. Provides a brief definition, meaning, and explanation of the ecotheology movement.

CuraCreato-EN.pdf
A beautifully illustrated 48 page guide that opens with the Canticle of Creatures. "The resource booklet which you are about to read is likewise an exhortation to be open to the world around us, to listen attentively to all those creatures who…