Environmental Justice on You Tube
A short documentary about how urban forestry and greening are helping to meet critical needs in underserved communities in Washington DC. Created by the Washington Parks & People District of Columbia Green Corps trainees, through a media education program with Meridian Hill Pictures.
Video highlighting the contributions of Gary Grant in organizing against the industrial hog industry in North Carolina, and standing up for social and environmental justice. Produced by students in the Medical & Science Journalism Program at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Environmental racism meets MTV. Or at
least when they used
to play music videos. IT could happen to you.
This video is a class project for clinical community psychology Psy.D. students at the University of La Verne, CA. Our assignment was to create an advocacy video that would promote social justice. The cause we chose was environmental racism. Our intent was to create a humorous video that would gain viewers but not undermine the seriousness of environmental racism. We believe that individuals need to be aware that an issue exists before they can participate in advocacy and social change.
presentation by Darius Scott
detailing the woes of environmental racism as they exist
in the city of
This video addresses environmental
justice and environmental
racism issues in
"Fruit of the Orchard | Environmental Justice in East Texas" The book is an extended photographic essay by Tammy Cromer-Campbell, photographed with a Holga camera, on a small African-American community in Texas-- their struggles, some deaths, and ultimate triumph, with a toxic waste facility. The book contains essays by noted activists and distinguished scholars including Phyllis Glazer, Roy Flukinger, Eugene Hargrove, and the late Dr. Marvin Legator.