PUBLIC HEALTH + ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Books & Articles
Brown, Lawrence. Down to the Wire: Displacement and Disinvestment in Baltimore City. TR Rone (Ed.), State of Black Baltimore, 2015.
Jee-Lyn García, Jennifer, and Mienah Zulfacar Sharif. "Black lives matter: a commentary on racism and public health." American journal of public health 105.8 (2015): e27-e30.
Jones, Camara Phyllis. "Levels of racism: a theoretic framework and a gardener's tale." American journal of public health 90.8 (2000): 1212.
Krieger, Nancy. "Does racism harm health? Did child abuse exist before 1962? On explicit questions, critical science, and current controversies: an ecosocial perspective." American journal of public health 98. (2008): S20-S25.
Nelson, Alondra. Body and soul: The Black Panther Party and the fight against medical discrimination. U of Minnesota Press, 2011.
Taylor, Dorceta. “Toxic communities: Environmental racism, industrial pollution, and residential mobility”. NYU Press, 2014.
Washington, Harriet A. Medical apartheid: The dark history of medical experimentation on Black Americans from colonial times to the present. Doubleday Books, 2006.
Zimring, Carl A. “Clean and white: A history of environmental racism in the United States”. NYU Press, 2017.
News & Media
N.J. capital city's water has lead in it, and the utility ignored an order to fix it (NJ.com 2018), by Rizzo
Statue of ‘father of gynecology,’ who experimented on enslaved women, removed from Central Park (The Washington Post 2018), by Flynn
Why America’s Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis (The New York Times Magazine 2018), by Villarosa
Video Clips & Films
Music & Art
“Brenda got a Baby”, by 2Pac
“Mercy Mercy Me”, by Marvin Gaye
“Mother and Child”, by Alice Neel
“Wade in the Water”, by Tracy K. Smith