1 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/gguelr1 and id is 1 raw text is: GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY
ENVIRONTMENTAL LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 1       •      NUMBER 1       •      SUMMER 2007
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM ISSUE
1982 WARREN COUNTY PROTESTS:
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER
INTRODUCTIONS
NOTE ON INAUGURAL EDITION
Jennifer A. Maier &  Clifford L. Rechtschaffen ............................... 1
ROOTS OF THE GRASSROOTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ISSUE
Paul Stanton Kibel &  Edward J. Lubarsky .................................... 3
OUTSIDE ARTICLES
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE COMES FULL CIRCLE: WARREN COUNTY
BEFORE AND AFTER
Dollie  Burwell &  Luke W . Cole ............................................... 9
WARREN COUNTY AND THE BIRTH OF A MOVEMENT:
THE TROUBLED MARRIAGE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTALISM AND CIVIL
RIGHTS
V eronica  E ady  ..................................................................4 1
WARREN COUNTY'S LEGACY FOR THE QUEST TO ELIMINATE HEALTH
DISPARITIES
C harles  L ee  ...................................................................... 53
TITLE VI AND THE WARREN COUNTY PROTESTS
B radford  M ank  ...................................................................73
WARREN    COUNTY'S   LEGACY  FOR   FEDERAL   AND   STATE
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT LAWS
Anhthu Hoang ................................  ; ................. 91.
SB 115: CALIFORNIA'S RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE-
PROCESS OVER SUBSTANCE
C aroline  Farrell ...............................................................  113

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