This Article examines avenues of redress and pollution prevention for impoverished people of color that flow from Title VI litigation strategies within the larger context of the environmental justice movement. Environmental justice issues can serve as tools with which to question status quo distributive policymaking processes and outcomes. Specifically, this Article concerns itself with practical routes toward increasing distributive justice and democratic efficacy.
Steven A. Light & Kathryn R. Rand,
Is Title VI a Magic Bullet? Environmental Racism in the Context of Political-Economic Processes and Imperatives,
Mich. J. Race & L.
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