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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?

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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. 

 

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

Sources:
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)

 




 

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