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build upon the Environmental Justice framework presented in chapter 1. the framework encourags policy responses. the book is titled, "Unequal Protection", main focus: pay attention to this ting called 'differential'.
SYNOPSIS: the "Bean vs. Southwestern Waste Management" case is a response to environmental hazards, question social norms since that law suit.
DATA: internet data to begin, because if the "differential" black community (i.e. racially profiled, abused black women, abused black men, abused black children, state intevention abuse, broken black families, wrongfully criminalized , medicalized etc), to make correctives to "knowledge production", such as that done by USA black feminism, then how do people begin to know?
METHODS: apply the 4 directions teachings into all things we do: caring, sharing, honesty, respect. orgins of this this, is/ r?
*thanks to Stanford for uploading this:
case ruling: this is not environmental discrimination.
-black vs. white dichotomies.
-presentation of binary model, data.
-presentation of 'common sense' data, black children are exposed, in a school with zero air conditioning.
TAKE A LOOK AT DATA FROM DIFFERENT SEARCH ENGINES.
-before internet stuff, how did we get knowledge? draw upon culture strategies, as well.
THEME: question the "SOCIAL NORMS "of judiciary, case processing.
Episode 6: cataloging data. Since Bean vs South Western Waste Management, what can we do?
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