2017 Student Research Conference:
30th Annual Student Research Conference

One Drink for Man, One Drink for Environmental Inequality and Lead Poisoning


Sarah L. Larara
Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor

Racism is not only a social issue but an environmental one too. Situations such as the Flint water crisis exhibit environmental racism and the reality of the matter at hand. Looking at the lack of regulation of Environmental Protection Agency's laws and support of its mission statement, coupled with real world examples, an in-depth analysis reveals one clear answer: the EPA needs to closely regulate pollution and water contamination in order to eradicate environmental racism.

Keywords: racism, environment, EPA, Flint, environmental racism, environmental justice , pollution , lead

Topic(s):Environmental Studies
Political Science
English

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 405-1
Location: MG 2050
Time: 2:30

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