|Related laws and legislations - Juridical texts related to the conflict|
President Clinton's Executive Order 12898 on Environmental Justice
|References to published books, academic articles, movies or published documentaries|
Collin, R. 'The Environmental Protection Agency' 2006
Cole, L. and Foster, S. 'From the Ground Up', New York University Press 2001
Hines, Revathi (2001). African Americans' Struggle for Environmental Justice and the case of the Shintech Plant, Journal of Black Studies vol 31 no. 6
Bullard, Robert D. "Dismantling environmental racism in the USA." Local Environment 4.1 (1999): 5-19.
Blodgett, Abigail D. "An analysis of pollution and community advocacy in ‘cancer alley’: Setting an example for the environmental justice movement in St James Parish, Louisiana." Local Environment 11.6 (2006): 647-661.
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Rose Ann Rousell, Emelda West and Gloria Roberts (left to right) work with St. James Citizens for Jobs and the Environment, and have so far kept an enormous PVC plastics plant out of Convent.
© Elaine Osowski, 1998
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March against the plant Source: Shintech in 1996 proposed a PVC plant in Convent, La. Community backlash, however, prompted the company to pull the plug on the project three years later. Photo: CorpWatch, San Francisco
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