Environmental Justice = Social Justice: Southern Organizing Heralds New Movement

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[Excerpt] In December 1992, more than 2500 people from the cities, small towns, and countryside of 14 Southern states gathered in New Orleans for a Southern Community-Labor Conference for Environmental Justice. In one sense, the conference was part of a new environmental movement, for that's the issue that fired it. But in another sense, this is a new social justice movement, for it has redefined the term "environmentalism" to include all of the life conditions of a community.
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Labor Research Review
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Vol. 1, Num. 20
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1993-04-01
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environmentalism; social justice; union organizing
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