Organizations and their resources for Environmental Justice:This post provides links to a number of environmental resources.
- Environmental Justice Programs
- Environmental Justice Documents (here) and Resources (here).
- It’s the Right Thing to do Blog by Lawrence Jennings
Color of Change is a racial justice organization that help individuals effectively respond to injustice in the world around us. Color of Change was launched September 1, 2005 three weeks after Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast and the Bush administration’s failed response shocks the nation, James Rucker and Van Jones email roughly 1,000 friends asking them to pledge to make sure all Americans are represented, served, and protected–regardless of race or class.
New York Times Article: A Question of Environmental Racism in Flint