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Chronicling EJ Data - Case Studies Part 3 of 3.

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Episode 8: Integration of the Matrix of Domination Model of Analysis.

Air Date: Sunday Oct 28, 2012.

Key question: what happens when people are exposed to dangerous air, land, water, soil and environmental policy?

1. Sub-topic: Review of Episode 7: Case Design.

a. plaintiff position.

b. deprive USA constitution.

c. impacts to black

d. balance probabilities?

e. example.

f. judiciary reasoning.

g. prove discrimination.

h. canada - ontario examples.


i. logic- stats does not prove problems?

---end of review--


1. Subtopic: Episode 8: Analyze the Theory.

Source: Chapter 10, patricia hills collins. 'Transnational Response'. p. 227-49.

a. theory.

b. liability.

c. data to exhibit/ed.

d. anglo appropriation.

e. disparity.

f. testimony.

g. school for blacks and environment.

h. no air conditioning & sewage fumes.

i. judiciary logic.


LOGIC: multiple oppressions. USA black feminism epistemologies. 



1. Deconstructing danger.
2. Exposing children.
3. Why are black children not children?

1. Deconstructing whiteness thinking.
2. Bean vs. South Western Waste Management.
3. Experiential and Obervational Data.

Theme: Developing the conception of Dr. Robert Bullard, further, through USA Black feminism perspectives.

models: matrix of domination (there are layers of oppression and these layers of oppression intersect)