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18 EPA J. 1 (1992)

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THEISSUE

6 Race, Poverty, and
the Environment
by Paul Mohai and
Bunyan Bryant
The Michigan
Conference: A
Turning Point
by Bunyan Bryant and
Paul Mohal
1 In Our Backyards
by Robert D. Bullard
13 Farm Workers:
Among the Least
Protected
by Ivette Perfecto and
Baldemar Veldsquez
15 Health Concerns for
Fish-Eating Tribes?
by Patrick C. West
1 Breathing Polluted Air
I6by D.R. Wernette and
L.A. Nieves

EXPANDING THE
DIALOGUE
18 Environmental Equity:
EPA's Position
by William K. Reilly
20 The Agency's
Workgroup Report
by Robert M. Wolcott and
Reina Milligan
The Environmental
justice Movement
by Dorceta Taylor
25 The Mainstream
Environmental
Movement
by John H. Adams
2 A Challenge to EPA
by Deeohn Ferris
30A Challenge to
Congress
by Representative
Ronald V. Dellums
32 Have Minorities
3Benefited ... ? A Forum

WHAT'S KNOWN,   GRASS-ROOTS
WHAT'S NOT      GROUNDSWELL

38 Cause for Immediate
Concern
by Ken Sexton
4 Research Directions
by Cynthia H. Harris and
Robert C. Williams
42 Lead: Example of the
Job Ahead
by Joel Schwartz and
Ronnie Levin

4 An Introduction
by Norris McDonald
4 17 The Kettleman City
Story
by Jane Kay
The Toxic Avengers
by Linda R. Prout
The Pele Defense
Fund
by Rick Carroll
51 The Watchdog
by Michael Novick
Detroit Summer
52 by Grace Lee Boggs

STEPS AT EPA

In the Regions
by Deb Martin
4    Innovative Housing
in Atlanta
Lead Cleanup in the
Midwest
Enforcing the Law
in California
Helping Minorities
Help the Environment
by Clarice E. Gaylord
and Robert Knox
5 The U.S. Colonias:
A Target for Aid
by Jack Lewis

DEPARTMENTS
Newsline--
News and Comment on
EPA
On The Move
New Names in Key
Agency Posts

EPA is charged by Congress to protect the nation's land, air, and water systems. Under a mandate of national environmental laws, the Agency strives to
formulate and implement actions which lead to a compatible balance between human activities and the ability of natural systems to support and nurture life.
EPA JOURNAL is published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Administrator of EPA has determined that the publication of this periodical
is necessary in the transaction of the public business required by law of this agency. Use of funds for printing this periodical has been approved by the
Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Views expressed by authors do not necessarily reflect EPA policy. No permission necessary to reproduce
contents except copyrighted photos and other materials.
Contributions and inquirieg should be addressed to the Editor, EPA JOURNAL (A-107), Waterside Mall, 401 M Street, SW., Washington, D.C. 20460

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