Title: Garbage Wars The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Chicago
AuthorPellow, David Naguib
This is a study of clonflicts over solid waste and pollution in urban, generally communities of color and low-income populations. The author is a sociologist conduction research on the social impacts of pollution and toxic substances in these neighborhoods. Chapters include: Waste, POolitics and Environmental Injustice, A Social History of Waste, Race and Labor, Working for the Movement: Recycling Labor at the Resource Center. This book is for the more serious students at the high school or college levels.
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Source: MIT Press
Date of Publication: March 2005
Resource Type: BiblioResources (Books)
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