Transcription of the Discussion of the Movie “Plastic China” Group: Ginger, Anthony, Arthur, Matt Anthony: It was really intense to see the people living like this Ginger: It was sad to see how these people are forced to live like this, exposed to the chemicals. And that they don’t understand the harmful nature of… Read more Plastic China: An emotional journey of two families living in a town of plastic.
Ginger Adams, Arthur Bruneau, Anthony Gosselin, Matthew Withington Bullard, Robert D. Dumping in Dixie: Race, Class, and Environmental Quality. Boulder: Westview Press, 1994. Print. Robert D. Bullard is well known for leading the campaign against environmental racism in the south of the USA. He is referred to as the “father of environmental justice.” He has… Read more How Racism Relates the Environmental Health in the South
Evan McCauley, Spencer McClellan, Nathan Sarachick, Parshon Sorornejad, Joshua Woodruff Professor San Martin Topics in Environmental History “Environmental Racism Revisited” Dr. Robert Bullard is a highly recognized author, professor, and activist best known for his work commenting on the state of the environment as it relates to social issues. Author of eighteen books… Read more From Slave to Poor: How Institutional Racism Has Furthered the Effects of Jim Crow on America’s Deep South
Emily Baker, Brian Brooks, Jacob Fisher, Elise Smutko Professor San Martin HI 2400 2 November 2018 Chapter 1, “Environmentalism and Social Justice” This chapter is an extract from the book “Dumping Dixie”, written by Robert D. Bullard. Chapter 1, “Environmental and Social Justice” focuses on the correlation between the abundance of pollution in poorer areas… Read more Communities of Color Get Shunted to the Fringes of Society