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"To love the wind and the rain" : African Americans and environmental history
Glave, Dianne D.
Adult Nonfiction E185 .T65 2006

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ContentsPage
Forewordp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
1 - African American Environmental History: An Introductionp. 1
2 - Slavery and the Origins of African American Environmentalismp. 9
3 - Slave Hunting and Fishing in the Antebellum Southp. 21
4 - Rural African American Women, Gardening, and Progressive Reform in the Southp. 37
5 - Turpentine Negrop. 51
6 - African Americans, Outdoor Recreation, and the 1919 Chicago Race Riotp. 63
7 - Women, Environmental Rationale, and Activism during the Progressive Erap. 77
8 - Nature and Blackness in Suburban Passagep. 93
9 - Environmental Justice, Ecoracism, and Environmental Historyp. 120
10 - Identity Politics and Multiracial Coalitions in the Environmental Justice Movementp. 133
11 - Religion and African American Environmental Activismp. 150
12 - Politicized Memories in the Struggle for Miami's Virginia Key Beachp. 164
13 - Black Environmental Liberation Theologyp. 189
14 - Reflections on the Purposes and Meanings of African American Environmental Historyp. 200
Notesp. 21
Selected Bibliographyp. 237
List of Contributorsp. 257
Indexp. 261


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