Asian Pacific Environmental Network
-APEN brocure - Unifying the Asian Pacific Community to Achieve Multicultural Environmental Justice
-Environmental Injustices to Asian and Pacific Americans
-The Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)
-Rojas, A. (1993). “An Asian Environmental Group.” San Francisco Chronicle, A17. [June 3, 1993]
-Cacas, S. R. (1993). “First APA Environmental Organization Launched.” Asian Week, 14(42), 1. [June 11, 1993]
-Chin, S. A. (1993). “Asians Organize for Environment.” San Francisco Examiner, A6. [June 14, 1993]
-Cacas, S. R. (1993). “Migrant Bashing, Environmentalism Linked by APA Environment Group.” Asian Week, 9. [December 3, 1993]
Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous
-Helping People to Help Themselves. Falls Church, VA: Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc.
-Everyone's Backyard, newsletter put out by Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc.
-13(4) [Fall/Winter 1995]
-Southern Action, newsletter put out by CCHW
-undated letter to “Dear Friend” from Lois Marie Gibbs, executive director of CCHW
-Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste, Inc. Center for Environmental Justice - undated letter to “Dear Friend” from Lois Marie Gibbs
-Justice Day - letter to “Dear Grassroots Leader” from Lois Marie Gibbs, with information about Justice Day [February 21, 1994]
-transcript - Organizing Session from CCHW Women in Toxic Organizing Conference
-Five Years of Progress 1981-6: Fifth Anniversary Convention, Arlington, Va. May 31-June 1. “A Commemorative History and Call to Action: The National Grassroots Movement Against Toxics.” Arlington, VA: CCHW, 1986.
-stickers from CCHW conventions
-People United for Environmental Justice (7)
Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous
-Women and Burn-Out Fact Pack, information packet put out by Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes
-Ten Years of Triumph. Falls Church, VA: Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc., 1993.
Environmental Project on Central America (EPOCA)
-Nicaragua Environmental Brigades, brochure put out by EPOCA
-Peace, Justice and the Environment in Central America, brochure put out by EPOCA
-EPOCA Update, newsletter put out by EPOCA
-Costner, P. & J. Thornton (1989). We All Live Downstream: The Mississippi River and the National Toxics Crisis. Washington, DC: Greenpeace. Second printing, October 1990. (2 copies)
-Waste Management, Inc.: An Encyclopedia of Environmental Crimes & Other Misdeeds. 3rd edition. Washington, DC: Greenpeace, 1991.
Gulf Coast Tenants Organization
-African-American Environmental Education Program. Prepared for Lyons, LA community leaders. New Orleans, LA: Gulf Coast Tenants Organization, 1993.
-Principles of Unity - Re-Defining the Environment
-A Short History of the Gulf Coast Tenants Organization. New Orleans, LA: Gulf Coast Tenants Organization, 1992.
-Let's Stop the Scapegoating
-Earth Day Celebration!! [April 20, 1991]
-Come to a SECOND GREAT LOUISIANA MARCH AGAINST POISONS
-"Legislative Hearing on housing and tenant issues to highlight caravan stop in Montgomery." The Democrat (Greene County, Alabama), 99(40). [October 3, 1990]
-"Environmental racism targeted." Times-Picayune. [April 8, 1993]
-"Gulf Coast Tenants Organization." The New Times, 4-5. [October 4-10, 1990]
-"Southern Justice Caravan concludes in Baton Rouge protesting high gas prices; 21 arrests made." The Democrat (Greene County, Alabama), 99(43), 1. [October 24, 1990]
-"Caravan members meet at Maxwell, protest policy." The Alabama Journal, 102(206), 1A. [October 16, 1990]
-The Second Great Louisiana March Against Poisons [4/1990] (2 copies)
-letter to “Dear Friends” re: Earth Day Celebration [4/1991]
-Gerome, J. (1990). “Caravan to Push for Peace Dvidend.” Montgomery Advertiser. [October 9, 1990]
-first page of letter to Reginald Jones and Donald Dickerson, Housing Authority of East Baton Rouge Parish, from Roosevelt Street Tenants Organization [October 7, 1986]
-The Great Louisiana Toxics March [October 27, 1988]
-No War for Oil --- Roll Back Gas Prices —Or Shut Them Down - press release for seventh day of Southern Justice Caravan [October, 1990]
-Gulf Coast Tenant’s Voice, 11(2) [April, 1993]
-Gulf Coast Tenant’s Voice, 6(1) [1993 Review, 1994 Forecast]
-LEAN History Book, put out by Louisiana Environmental Action Network [contains clippings from late 1980's to early 1990's]
-LCTJ News, put out by Louisiana Coalition for Tax Justice
-1(2) [July, 1991]
-2(3) [December, 1992]
-3(1) [July, 1993]
Gulf Coast Tenants Organization (2)
-newspaper clippings about the Great Louisiana Toxics March 
-Blueprint for Social Justice, 42(2), about Great Louisiana Toxics March [October, 1988]
-Developing Tenants and Black Activists to Become Leaders in a New Movement for Eco-Justice in Southern Louisiana, proposal by the Toxic Organizing Project of the Gulf Coast Tenant Leadership Development Project, Inc.
-Digest of the Southern Action Manifesto for Environmental & Economic Justice
-draft - Southern Action Manifesto for Environmental & Economic Justice
-The Program of Gulf Coast Tenants Organization
-Louisiana Great Toxics March Principles of Unity
-The Program of the Gulf Coast Tenants Organization
-Tenants Pilgrimage for Justice (A Concept Paper) For Justice and Peace in Central American and in the United States, presented by Gulf Coast Tenant Leadership Development Project
-A Short History of the Gulf Coast Tenants Organization
-Gulf Coast Tenant’s Voice, 1(1) [August-September 1990]
-letter to "Friends of the Strategy Center" from Eric Mann (Director) and Martín Hernández (Organizer) re opening night of play, The Other Weapon, sponsored by Strategy Center [February 24, 1994]
-Pasternak, J. (1991). "Helping the Poor Fight Pollution." Los Angeles Times. [December 5, 1991]
-Richardson, L. (1993). "Gas Stations Picketed in Activists' Effort to Gain Scrutiny of Refinery." Los Angeles Times, B3, B5. [February 12, 1993]
-letter about the Labor/Community Strategy Center's WATCHDOG project, in Spanish [2-2-1994]
-An Open Letter to all community members affected by the Texaco refinery explosion that endangered the lives health and safety in communities for miles around, put out by the Labor/Community Watchdog (English on one side, Spanish on the other)
-Labor/Community WATCHDOG: A Three Year Organizing Strategy to Impact the Los Angeles Clean Air Plan, small poster
-Novick, M. "L. A.'s Watchdog Attacks Pollution Discrimination." Guardian, 3. [January 15, 1992]
-advertisement sheet for the Labor/Community Strategy Center
-petition sheet dealing with boycotting Texaco until the Labor/Community Watchdog's demands are met
-Mann, E. (1993). "Help for a Smoldering Society." Los Angeles Times, Section B. [May 11, 1993]
-report - Restructuring Los Angeles from the Bottom Up: A Long-Term Strategy for Workers, Low-Income People, and People of Color to Create an Alternate Vision of Urban Development
-Boycott Texaco!, put out by the Labor/Community Watchdog (English on one side, Spanish on the other)
-Books and Films from the Labor/Community Strategy Center
-Hamilton, C. Apartheid in an American City: the Case of the Black Community in Los Angeles. Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times; published by the Labor/Community Strategy Center
-review by David Bensman, Los Angeles Times Book Review, of Eric Mann's book, Taking on General Motors: A Case Study of the UAW Campaign to Keep GM Van Nuys Open. [March 27, 1988]
-Weinstein, H. and C. Rivera (1993). "Activists Call for Huge Funding Influx." Los Angeles Times. [April 28, 1993]
-Commoner, B. (1992). "Yearning to Breathe Free." The Nation, 242-243. [February 24, 1992]
-Bulletin & Update concerning conference weekend at Xavier University, December 4-6, 1992 [9/1992]
-The Environmental Justice Movement in the South
-Southern Fight-Back, 14(2) [Fall 1999]
-brochure - L. A.’s Lethal Air: It’s Time for a Change
-Mann, E. (1990). “L. A.’s Somgbusters.” The Nation. Reprint. [September 17, 1990]
for Survival (MfS)
-handout - Mobilization for Survival
-Toxic Sites in Milwaukee County: A Partial List - report prepared by Urban Toxics Committee of the Peace Education Project, educational branch of MfS
-Hissom, D. (1993). “Toxic Town: Class warfare and pollution.” Shepherd Express, 13(16), 1, 7. [April 22-29, 1993]
National Toxics Campaign Fund
-Lewis, S., B. Keating and D. Russell. Inconclusive By Design: Waste, Fraud and Abuse in Federal Environmental Health Research. Boston: National Toxics Campaign Fund and Harvey, LA: Environmental Health Network, 1992.
-Lewis, S. and H. Kalan. Transforming the Toxic Economy and Defending Public Health: A Grassroots Citizen's Challenge for The Clinton Administration's First 100 Days. Boston: National Toxics Campaign Fund, 1992. (2 copies)
-Communities of Resistance. Boston: National Toxics Campaign Fund.
Student Rural Health Coalition (NCSRHC)
-letter to Dr. Novotny from Jen Schradie, NCSRHC Medical Coordinator [8-17-1994]
-A People's Manual for Occupational and Environmental Health Screenings, draft put out by NCSRHC, 1991.
-"Fighting for a Single Payer Health Plan: Important Stage in the People's Health Movement," reprint from African-American Nation, 1994.
-Toxic Terrorism: Testimony from a Public Hearing, Saturday, April 8, 1989, Sponsored by the Shiloh Coalition for Community Control and Improvement. Morrisville, NC: Shiloh Coalition for Community Control and Improvement, 1990.
-CHC Report. Whitakers, NC: Community Health Collective. [March 1994]
-brochure about Community Health Collective
-brochure about NCSRHC
-Health Facts of NC's Black Belt
-Coalition Newsbrief, NCSRHC newsletter, Issue 11, April 1994
-Justice Speaks: Black Workers for Justice, 11(10), June 1994
Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers
International Union (OCAW)
-letter to Mary Lee Orr, LEAN, from Esnard Gremillion, Chairman, BASF Group, OCAW Local 4-620 [October 12, 1987]
-O. C. A. W. Observer: News and Views of O. C. A. W. Local 4-620 [April 18, 1989]
-Update on the 43-month BASF Lockout at Geismar, LA, press release from OCAW Local 4-620 [January 14, 1988]
-Calendar of Events for November 11-17, 1988, schedule for the Great Louisiana Toxics March, which OCAW co-sponsored
-Basagram: News and Views of OCAW Local 4-620, Volume 12
-The Observer, union newsletter of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, Local 4-620
-Alston, D. (ed.) We Speak for Ourselves: Social Justice, Race And Environment. Washington, D. C.: The Panos Institute, December 1990.
-Alston, D. "Taking Back Our Lives": A report to the Panos Institute on Environment, Community Development and Race in the United States. Washington, D. C.: The Panos Institute, May 1990.
Race, Poverty & the
-issues of Race, Poverty & the Environment, a newsletter sponsored by the California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation and the Earth Island Institute Urban Habitat Program
-Volume 1, Number 3 [October 1990]
-Volume II, Numbers 3 & 4 [Fall 1991/Winter 1992]
-Volume III, Number 1 [Spring 1992]
-Volume III, Number 4/Volume IV, Number 1 [Winter/Spring 1993]
-envelope addressed to Dr. Novotny from Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, containing memo to local organizers from Damu Smith, Conference Coordinator [9-23-1992] - Southern Community/Labor Conference for Environmental Justice (SOC) Local Organizing Checklist
-DRAFT - Southern Action Manifesto for Environmental & Economic Justice 
-poster about the Southern Community/Labor Conference for Environmental Justice [12/4-6/1992]
-MacLean, A. "People's Justice: Citizens Gather in Brunswick, Georgia, to Indict Local Companies." Retrieved from the World Wide Web: http://www.igc.org/envjustice/communique/brunswick.html
-letter headed "Dear Community Leader" about joining the Neighbors Keepers Strike Force for environmental justice, from the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic & Social Justice [10-1-1992]
-What the Southern Organizing Committee Is
-The Environmental Justice Project of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice (SOC) Report on Activities, January, 1992-September, 1993
-A National Call to Action, memo from SOC's Youth Task Force
-Southern Community/Labor Conference, brochure about conference in Birmingham, AL [May 3-5, 1991]
-photocopy of letter to President Clinton, from Connie Tucker (Region IV Environmental Justice Task Force), on SOC letterhead, asking for immediate action by the Region IV EPA office, with list of 42 demands attached [4-7-1992]
Network for Environmental and Economic Justice
-Campaign for Sustainable Communities, brochure about one of the organization’s activites
-Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice - handout about organization (English on one side, Spanish on the other)
-Moore, Richard. “Confronting Environmemtal Racism.” Crossroads, 6-8 [April, 1992]
-Abstract: Eco-Justice Border Hearings - El Paso - May 13-14th 1994
-The Bargaining Chip: Bulletin of the Electronic Industry Good Neighbor Campaign, collaborative effort between the Campaign for Responsible Technology and the Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice [January, 1994]
-2 brochures (same title) - Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice
SouthWest Organizing Project
-two SWOP brochures
-Development, Environment and Race in New Mexico. Albuquerque: SouthWest Organizing Project, 1994. (2 copies)
-SWOP newsletter - Voces Unidas
-Volume 1, Number 3 [Third Quarter, 1991]
-Volume 2, Number 2 [December 1992]
-Volume 3, Number 1 [April 1993] (2 copies)
-Volume 3, Number 2 [August 1993]
- SWOP, special supplement to Voces Unidas [Fall 1993]
-SWOP Community Update [October 1993]
-SouthWest Organizing Project - 1981-1991: A Decade of Struggle for Justice. Albuquerque: Southwest Community Resources, Inc., 1991.
-Report on the Interfaith Hearings on Toxic Poisoning in Communities of Color. Albuquerque: SouthWest Organizing Project, 1993.
-Campaign Work Review - SouthWest Organizing Project 1993
-Guana, J. (1991). "Unsafe for Women, Children and Other Living Things." Response, October, 1991. (Reprinted by SWOP, 5/1992)
-Head, L. and M. Guerrero (1991). "Fighting Environmental Racism." New Solutions, March 18, 1991. (Reprinted by SWOP, 6/1992)
-SouthWest Organizing Project, part of information packet about SWOP
-Toxics, Race & Class: The Poisoning of Communities, presentation by Richard Moore, Co-Director of SWOP, at the Annual Briefing of the Interfaith Impact for Justice and Peace, Washington, DC [March 18, 1991]
Student Environmental Action Coalition
-Student Environmental Action Coalition Sourcebook. Chapel Hill: SEAC.
-Threshold (movement magazine of SEAC), 5(7) [April, 1993]
Urban Environment Conference, Inc. (UEC)
-three UEC brochures
-Labor, Minorities and Environmentalists Together
-Urban Environment Conference Inc.: Labor, Minorities and Environmentalists. . . Together
-Minorities + Discrimination + Air Pollution = The Poisonous Prison
-Pollack, Stephanie and JoAnn Grozuczak, assisted by Patricia Taylor. Reagan, Toxics and Minorities: A Policy Report by the Urban Environment Conference, Inc. Preface by John Conyers, Jr. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., September 1984.
-America’s Forgotten Environment: A Report on how OSHA has drifted away from its true mission to protect workers where they work. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., 1989.
-The Environment Movement and Poor People’s Issues – The Urban Environment
-Taking Back Our Health: A Training Manual on Job Safety and Health for Black and Latino Workers. Second printing. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., May 1983.
-Role of the Urban Environment Conference, on back is copy of a news article - “Broadening the Environmental Movement,” Washington Post, January 6, 1973. (3 copies)
-Children’s Urban Environment: Children’s March for Survival
-We care about: Lead poisoning. . . occupational noise. . . mass transit. . . land use. . . clean air. . . toxic substances. . . parks. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc. (5 copies)
-Regional Workshops Program. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., August 1978.
-UEC and the Urban Environment Foundation. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., November 1976.
-Agenda, UEC meeting, March 1, 1972
-Housing Abandonment: A Social and Environment Crisis. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc.
-Legislative and Advocacy Program, Autumn 1981 - Summer 1982. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc.
-Educational Activities, Autumn 1981 - Summer 1982. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc.
-Occupational Health and Safety Education for Women, Minorities and New Public Service Employees. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., March 1979. (2 copies)
-Update and Summary of 1978 Activities. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc.
-Regional Workshops Program. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Conference, Inc., March 1979.
-The Urban Environment Conference
-Hall, Ellen. Inner City Health in America. Washington, DC: Urban Environment Foundation, 1979.
-“Beyond White Environmentalism: Minorities & The Environment.” Environmental Action, 19-30. [January/February 1990]
-Wise, Leah. “Workers, health and justice in North Carolina.” Christianity and Crisis, 275-276. [September 23, 1991]
-Lowe, Marian and Paolo Strigini (1976). “Jobs and the Environment: A National Conference.” Science for the People, 8(4), 26-31. [July 1976]
-Taking Back Our Health: An Institute on Surviving the Toxics Threat to Minority Communities, Nov. 18-20, 1983, Ramada Hotel, New Orleans, La. Washington, DC: UEC, 1983.
-photocopy of excerpts from Taking Back Our Health, 1984, companion to previous volume
The Battle for Environmental Justice in Louisiana.....Government, Industry, and the People. Louisiana Advisory Committee to the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Blueprint for Social Justice, 40(8), New Orleans: Institute of Human Relations. [April 1987]
Bullard, R. M. (1994). People of Color Environmental Groups 1994-95 Directory. Atlanta: Environmental Justice Resource Center.
“A Call to the Nation for a New Coalition of Conscience for Jobs, Peace and Freedom.” Freedomways, 23 (1), 6-9. [First Quarter 1983]
Collette, W. "Organizing Toolbox: Getting Churches Involved."
Geiser, K. and G. Waneck (1983). “PCBs and Warren County.” Science for the People, 15(4), 13-17. [July/August 1983]
Goldman, B. A. Not Just Prosperity: Achieving Sustainability with Environmental Justice. Commissioned for the National Wildlife Federation Corporate Conservation Council Synergy ‘94 Conference [February, 1994]. Washington: National Wildlife Federation, December 1993.
Goldman, B. A. and L. Fitton. Toxic Wastes and Race Revisited:
An update of the 1987 report on the racial and socioeconomic characteristics
of communities with hazardous waste sites. Introduction by J.
Rosenthal and C. Lee. Co-sponsored by Center for Policy Alternatives,
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and United
Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice. Washington, DC: Center for Policy Alternatives, August 1994.
The Good Neighbor. Alsen, Louisiana, Volume 112, August 1991.
Hall, Bob (ed). Environmental Politics: Lessons from the Grassroots. Durham, NC: Institute for Southern Studies, 1988.
Labalme, Jenny. A Road to Walk: A Struggle for Environmental Justice. Durham, NC: The Regulator Press, 1987.
Lee, C. (ed.) Proceedings: The First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit. (Washington Court on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, October 24-27, 1991) New York: United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, 1992.
Linn, K. From Rubble to Restoration: Sustainable Habitats through Urban Agriculture. San Francisco: Urban Habitat Program of Earth Island Institute.
Lowe, M. & P. Strigini (1976). “Jobs and the Environment: A National Conference.” Science for the People, 8(4), 26-31. [July, 1976]
Racism, Social Justice & Peace, Columbia: Peaceworks.
Richmond at Risk: Community Demographics and Toxic Hazards from Industrial Polluters. San Francisco: Citizens for a Better Environment. [February, 1989]
Toxics & Minority Communities. Issue PAC #2 from Alternative Policy Institute of the Center for Third World Organizing. Center for Third World Organizing, July 1986.
Unequal Protection: The Racial Divide in Environmental Law. Special Report Section of The National Law Journal, September 21, 1992.
War in the Gulf: An Environmental Perspective. Action Paper
#1 from Political Ecology Group.
[No date given, but it mentions paper went to press entering the second
week of the Persian Gulf war.]
Novotny, P. "Popular Epidemiology and the Struggle for Community Health:
Alternative Perspectives from the Environmental Justice Movement." Capitalism,
Nature, Socialism, 5(2), 29-42. [June, 1994]