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Fruit of the orchard [electronic resource] : environmental justice in East Texas / photographs by Tammy Cromer-Campbell ; esssays by Phyllis Glazer ... [et al.].

By: Cromer-Campbell, Tammy, 1960-.
Contributor(s): Glazer, Phyllis, 1948-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Denton, Tex. : University of North Texas Press, c2006Description: 1 online resource (x, 130 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781435623118 (electronic bk.); 1435623118 (electronic bk.); 1433710145; 9781433710148.Subject(s): Hazardous waste sites -- Texas, East -- Pictorial works | Environmental toxicology -- Texas, East | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Environmental -- Waste Management | Cromer-Campbell, Tammy | Photographie | Texas <Ost>Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fruit of the orchard.DDC classification: 363.72/8709764225 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Phyllis Glazer -- A tear in the lens / Roy Flukinger -- Tammy Cromer-Campbell -- Plates -- Preventing future Winonas / Eugene Hargrove -- Toxicological myths / Dr. Marvin Legator.
Summary: In 1982, a toxic waste facility in the Piney Woods in Winona, Texas started causing cancer and birth defects in both humans and animals. Outraged by what she saw, Phyllis Glazer founded Mothers Organized to Stop Environmental Sins (MOSES) and worked tirelessly to publicize the problems in Winona. Here, she describes the history of Winona.
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Acknowledgments -- Introduction / Phyllis Glazer -- A tear in the lens / Roy Flukinger -- Fruit of the orchard / Tammy Cromer-Campbell -- Plates -- Preventing future Winonas / Eugene Hargrove -- Toxicological myths / Dr. Marvin Legator.

In 1982, a toxic waste facility in the Piney Woods in Winona, Texas started causing cancer and birth defects in both humans and animals. Outraged by what she saw, Phyllis Glazer founded Mothers Organized to Stop Environmental Sins (MOSES) and worked tirelessly to publicize the problems in Winona. Here, she describes the history of Winona.

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