Welcome to the resource database! Here, you will find a collection of various resources relevant to the law, policy, and environmental justice. They are organized to mirror the course of the conference. Please feel free to browse and share the sources displayed here. We hope you find them informative and thought-provoking.

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Learning from Title VI

Explore the landmark lawsuit, Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living v, Seif and the related resources that look into the relationship of law and policy with past environmental justice efforts.
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Reshaping EJ Law & Social Policy

Take a look at CRCQL and their present-day environmental justice efforts including initiatives in community activism, education, and outreach.
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Moving Forward

What should be next? Inquire about some of the existing resources on what law and policy could hold for the future of the environmental justice movement and discourse on frameworks for community-led policy.
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