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Gender and Environmental Justice: Home

This is a resource for users interested in the Gender and Environmental Justice Project in the Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University.

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Guide to Resources for Gender and Environmental Justice Project


In this guide, you'll find resources related to the Gender and Environmental Justice Project. For more information about the project visit:

The most recent extension of this project is the Litany for Survival workshop (April 12, 2013) centered on the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library's Gender, Black Feminism, and Environmental Justice Special Collection. For users unable to attend the workshop, this guide offers resources related to the series available to Syracuse University students and faculty by the Syracuse University Library. This guide also includes open-access resources for all users.

Use the tabs above to navigate this guide, resources include:

Guide Co-Author

Megan Threats

MSLIS, Spring '13

School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

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