Below are myriad ways to research environmental racism and justice in different contexts and among diverse populations.
Find Scholarly Articles
There are numerous databases in Fogler's database menu where you can find research that addresses environmental racism and/or justice and the relationship between environmental racism and policy to social determinants of health. Below are a few places to start.
Keep in mind that your search terms may refer to issues, events, or relationships between ideas that you want to know more about, such as:
Subject-Specific Search Options
OneSearch is a discovery layer that sits on top of the many electronic resources we have access to. When you search OneSearch, you are searching a range of electronic journals, databases, and library catalog materials. You can filter your results to make them more relevant to your needs, for instance by content type (like books or scholarly articles or news articles), date ranges of interest, or library location (whether UMaine, UMA, USM, etc.).
Find Press Coverage
Search for concepts related to the environmental justice issues of interest to you.
Keep in mind that Ethnic NewsWatch will provide articles from sources not covered by the mainstream press.
Find Environmental Justice Information on the Open Web