African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism-Updated Bibliography April 2017

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U.S. African American Religious and Civic Environmentalism Resources (April 2017)
Compiled by Elonda Clay, doctoral candidate at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, MLIS, M.Div. and 2008-2009 GreenFaith Fellow

Topics include African American Perspectives on the Environment; Gender and Environmental Justice, Ecowomanism, and Black Ecofeminism; Environmental Activism, Religious Environmentalism, African American Gardening Traditions, Africana Ecological Heritage;  and U.S. Black Environmental Liberation Theology.  Case studies in environmental racism and environmental justice on the Flint, Michigan Water Crisis and Hurricane Katrina are also listed.

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