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A Green Economy Must Achieve Climate Justice

There is no such thing as free lunch in environmental policy. Somebody, somewhere has to pay for climate protection. In their recent article, Inequality, Social Resilience, and the Green Economy, Sidney A. Shapiro and Robert R. M. Verchick remind us … Continue reading

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Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination

[We have the following CFP.]Policing, Justice, and the Radical Imagination.  Issue Co-Editors: Amy Chazkel, Monica Kim, and Naomi Paik.  Issue 137. Call for ProposalsRadical History Review seeks proposals for contributions to a forthcoming issue that will bring together historically oriented … Continue reading

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Expanding Environmental Justice to Achieve a Just Transition

A recent study tells us that Hurricane Maria, which struck Puerto Rico in September 2017, may have caused as many as 4,600 deaths, far exceeding the initial official death toll of 64. In contrast, contemporaneous hurricanes in Texas and Florida … Continue reading

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Social Justice in a Green Economy

A green economy could counter the dangerous effects of climate change. It could also create thousands of new jobs. But what happens to the many communities across the United States whose economies depend on industries like manufacturing and mining? Legal … Continue reading

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Project Reset in NYC – Lawyerless Transaction in the Criminal Justice System

Project Reset and Similar Programs – Lawyerless Transactions in the Criminal Justice System – An Appalling Due Process Disaster Project Reset is a criminal court diversion program in New York City that seeks to help people who have no prior … Continue reading

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