AFR 225 Envr Justice(SENS/APS/PSJ/WGS)

Prerequisite: GSTR 210

This course is an introduction to the study of Environmental Justice and issues associated with access to, and equitable sharing of, the products of a healthy environment, including clean water and air, healthy food, non-toxic communities, and environmental security. The history of the environmental-justice movement beginning with its foundations in the Civil Rights and Environmental movements will be studied, followed by a survey and analysis of current issues of environmental justice, particularly in relation to minority and poor communities in the United States and worldwide. Emphasis is placed on the role of women and African Americans as participants in the environmental-justice movement, and the analysis of environmental-justice issues in Appalachia. African Americans', Appalachians', and Women's Perspective.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

APS 225/PSJ 225/SENS 225/WGS 225