Confronting Environmental Racism: Voices from the Grassroots

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Aborn, James, 147
ACE. See Alabamians for a Clean Environment
ACLU. See American Civil liberties Union
ACORN, 31
Adair, Margo, 72
Adam, Nigel, 189
Adams, R. M., 167
ADECA. See Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Africa, 64-65, 71, 185. See also Global issues
African-American Black and Green Tendency, 56
African American Environmental Association, 56
African Americans, 7, 49, 50; "Cancer Alley" ( Louisiana), 12-13, 27-28, 32, 35, 37; class issues, 21-22; employment patterns, 22-23, 42; and environmental planning, 94, 101; Halifax County, Virginia, 98-100; Houston, Texas, 27, 31, 33-34, 37; King and Queen County, Virginia, 95-98; lead poisoning rates, 21-22, 68, 78; Richmond, California, 29, 30, 33, 35-36, 37; and urban development, 68, 70; Warren County, North Carolina, 43, 54, 55, 198; West Dallas, Texas, 11, 27, 30, 31-32, 34, 35, 36-37. See also Environmental justice movement; Environmental mcism; People of color, Polluting facilities siting in communities of color, Racism
African Renaissance movement, 71
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (KISDR), 12, 21, 77, 78, 198
Aguilar, Gregorita, 133
Air pollution, 42
Airco Industrial Gases, 29
Akesson, N. B., 165
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA), 108, 109
Alabama Environmental Coalition, 114-15
Alabamians for a Clean Environment (ACE), 114-16
Alabarado, Sonny, 27
Alexander, Edward, 93-94
Allamilla, Ileana, 187
Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, 77
Alsen, Louisiana, 27-28, 32, 35, 37
Alston, Dana, 24, 64
American Association of Blacks in Energy, 56
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 24, 88
American Planning Association, 101
American Water Development, Inc. (AWDI), 155
Anderson, Bob, 13, 27
Anderson, H., 176
Anderson, Richard, 197
Anderson, Richard E., 45
Angel, Bradley, 12, 29, 201
Anger, W. K., 169
AQMD. See South Coast Air Quality Management District
Asian Americans, 49, 163-64
Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. See ACORN

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