Environmental Inequity in the United States: A Facet of Institutionalized Racism
Environmental racism can only be corrected by a structured grassroots approach, which aligns itself with national environmental groups, framing the injustice within civil rights debate.
||Environmental Racism, Environmental Justice, Institutionalized Racism, Environmental Inequity
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.29-36.
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Jessica L. Burris serves as a Research Assistant to Dr. John Grych’s Family and Friends Project, affiliated with Marquette University, which studies interparental conflict and child adjustment. J. Burris conducts child schema interviews and specializes in coding family conflict interactions. Her interests in psychology include children's rational and irrational fears and the development of healthy coping mechanisms.
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