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Title Echoes from the poisoned well : global memories of environmental injustice / edited by Sylvia Hood Washington, Paul C. Rosier and Heather Goodall.

Published Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, [2006]
©2006

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 UniM Bail  363.7 ECHO    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 433 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1 Foundations and Origins of Environmental Injustice -- 1 Citizen Activism for Environmental Health: The Growth of a Powerful New Grassroots Health Movement / Lois Gibbs 3 -- 2 Gendered Approaches to Environmental Justice: An Historical Sampling / Nancy C. Unger 17 -- 3 Fond Memories and Bitter Struggles: Concerted Resistance to Environmental Injustices in Postwar Native America / Paul C. Rosier 35 -- 4 "My Soul Looked Back": Environmental Memories of the African in America, 1600-2000 / Sylvia Hood Washington 55 -- 5 Indigenous Peoples, Colonialism, and Memories of Environmental Injustice / Heather Goodall 73 -- 6 Racist Property Holdings and Environmental Coalitions: Addressing Memories of Environmental Injustice / Bill E. Lawson 97 -- 7 Racialized Spaces and the Emergence of Environmental Injustice / K. Animashaun Ducre 109 -- Part 2 North American Memories of Environmental Injustice -- 8 Wadin' in the Water: African American Migrant Struggles for Environmental Equality in Cleveland, Ohio, 1928-1970 / Sylvia Hood Washington 127 -- 9 Memories of (No)Place: Homelessness and Environmental Justice / Cynthia J. Miller 143 -- 10 Citizens against Wilderness: Environmentalism and the Politics of Marginalization in the Great Smoky Mountains / Stephen Wallace Taylor 157 -- 11 Environmental Justice, Urban Planning, and Community Memory in New York City / Julie Sze 171 -- 12 Ferrell Parkway: Conflicting Views of Nature in a Mixed Use Community / Jane Bloodworth Rowe 183 -- 13 "We Come This Far by Faith": Memories of Race, Religion, and Environmental Disparity / Sylvia Hood Washington 195 -- Part 3 Indigenous Memories of Environmental Injustice -- 14 Suttesaja: From a Sacred Sami Site and Natural Spring to a Water Bottling Plant? The Effects of Colonization in Northern Europe / Rauna Kuokkanen, Marja K. Bulmer 209 -- 15 What Lies Beneath? Cultural Excavation in Neocolonial Martinique / Renee Gosson 225 -- 16 Plight of the Rara' muri: Crises in Our Backyard / Four Arrows (aka Don Trent Jacobs) 245 -- 17 Main Streets and Riverbanks: The Politics of Place in an Australian River Town / Heather Goodall 255 -- 18 "Taking Us for Village Idiots": Two Stories of Ethnicity, Class, and Toxic Waste from Sydney, Australia / Peggy James 271 -- 19 Mirrar Fight for Jabiluka: Uranium Mining and Indigenous Australians to 2004 / Jacqui Katona 285 -- 20 Guardians of the Land: A Maori Community's Environmental Battles / Rachael Selby, Pataka Moore 299 -- 21 Parameters of Legitimation and the Environmental Future of a Taipei Neighborhood / Anya Bernstein 311 -- 22 Remembering the Mother River: The Impact of Environmental Injustice on National Identity in Contemporary China / Jane Sayers 331 -- 23 Environmental Justice and Popular Protest in Thailand / John Walsh 345 -- 24 "Aiee, Our Fields Will Be Destroyed": Dubious Science and Peasant Environmental Practices in Madziwa, Zimbabwe / Guy Thompson 355 -- 25 Shell International, the Ogoni People, and Environmental Injustice in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: The Challenge of Securing Environmental Justice in an Oil-based Economy / Phia Steyn 371 -- 26 Community, Industry, and the Quest for a Clean Vaal River 1997-2004 / Elise Tempelhoff, Johann Tempelhoff 389.
Other author Washington, Sylvia Hood, 1959-
Goodall, Heather.
Rosier, Paul C.
Subject Environmental justice -- Historiography.
Standard Number 9780739109120
9780739114322
ISBN 073910912X (hardcover : alk. paper)
0739114328