MJEAL chose to publish Helen Kang’s piece, Looking Toward Restorative Justice for Redlined Communities Displaced by Eco-Gentrification, because it offers a unique analytic approach for analyzing the roots of environmental racism and the appropriate tools to help rectify it. She offers an argument for why restorative justice needs to be the framework and explains how we can accomplish this in the context of a whole government solution. MJEAL is excited to offer what will be an influential approach for environmental restorative justice to the broader activist and academic community.
Helen H. Kang,
Looking Toward Restorative Justice for Redlined Communities Displaced by Eco-Gentrification,
Mich. J. Race & L.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjrl/vol26/iss0/3