Half Title Page.
1: What Is Environmental Justice?.
2: Types of Environmental Discrimination.
3: Perpetrators and Victims.
4: Challenges and Solutions.
5: Future Outlook.
6: Mining: Mother Earth or Mother Lode?.
7: Lead, Lead Everywhere: Flint, Michigan's Water Crisis in Context.
8: The Political Economy of Lead Poisoning and Other Water Quality Issues.
9: Canadian Tar Sands: From Treaty Forest to Moonscape.
10: Pipelines and Protests.
11: “Cowboys” vs. “Indians”: Racial Stereotyping and Agent Orange in Vietnam.
12: Farmworkers: Toxicity as an Occupational Hazard.
13: Extermination of the Buffalo as Environmental Warfare.
14: Environmental Racism and the Demise of an Ice World.
Cases: United States East.
15: Houston, Texas: Segregation, Sewage, and Environmental Racism.
16: Anniston, Alabama: A Plague of PCBs.
17: Dickson, Tennessee: Environmental Racism's “Poster Child”.
18: A 100 Percent Chance of Pig-manure Showers in North Carolina.
19: Bridgeport, Connecticut: A Spreading Web of Toxins.
20: Chester, Pennsylvania: Unwilling Capital of Hazmat.
21: South Chicago: Life and Death in the “Toxic Doughnut”.
22: Race, Class, and Toxicity at Love Canal.
23: North Carolina: Protesting Unwelcome Toxic Dumps.
24: Donald Trump, Hurricane Maria, and Puerto Rico.
25: Triana, Alabama: Dumped On, Ceaselessly.
26: Malathion and the Rosebud Sioux in Mission, South Dakota.
27: Houston, Texas: Always Awaiting the Next Flood.
28: Akwesasne: Land of the Toxic Turtles.
29: The Toxics Plantation: Life and Death in Louisiana's “Cancer Alley”.
30: The Demographics of Death in New Orleans: Race, Class, and Hurricane Katrina.
Cases: United States West.
31: Montana's Gros Ventre and Assiniboine: Gold Mining and Cyanide Poisoning.
32: The Mothers of East Los Angeles Stand Down a Toxic Incinerator—and More.
33: Pueblo, Colorado: The Toxic Legacy of the “Pittsburgh of the West”.
34: Richmond, California: The Greens vs. Big Oil.
35: Alaska's Pebble Mine: Corporate Gold vs. Natives’ Salmon.
36: Alaska Natives: Swamped by Warming.
37: The Point Hope Eskimos: An Atomic Harbor and a Nuclear Dump as a Neighbor.
38: “The Most Bombed Nation on Earth”.
39: Utah's Goshute Asked to House Waste Uranium—but Were Denied.
40: The Laguna Pueblo and Anaconda's Jackpile Uranium Mine.
41: The Navajos' Nuclear Legacy.
42: The Largest Uranium Spill in the United States.
43: Hunting Grounds to Dumping Grounds.
44: The Moapa Paiute: Good-Bye Toxic Ash: Solar In, Coal Power Out.
45: Grassy Narrows, Ontario: the Continuing Toxic Toll of Mercury.
46: The Aamjiwnaang of Ontario: Immersed in a Toxic Bath.
47: Dumping on Blacks in Africville, Nova Scotia.
48: British Columbia: Native Canadians vs. Mining's “New Prosperity”.
49: The Crees: Hydro-Quebec's Electric Dreams.
50: The Lubicon Cree: Land Rights and Resource Exploitation.
51: The Dene: Killed by the “Money Rock”.
52: The Inuit: Mother's Milk Is Toxic.
53: Who Is Liable for Ruining a Culture? The Inuit Sue the United States of America.
About the Author.