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Lessons on Race and Place-Based Participation from Environmental Justice and Geography
Yale Journal on Regulation, Notice and Comment Blog, Symposium on Racism in Administrative Law
  • Sonya Ziaja
Document Type
Blog Post
Publication Date
8-16-2020
Abstract

As scholars grapple with racism in Administrative Law, it is important to consider place-based scholarship from the perspectives of Environmental Justice and Geography. Both provide important insights into how administrative agencies can be instruments of strategic-structural racism and how administrative law can facilitate equity in regulation.

Citation Information
Sonya Ziaja. "Lessons on Race and Place-Based Participation from Environmental Justice and Geography" Yale Journal on Regulation, Notice and Comment Blog, Symposium on Racism in Administrative Law (2020)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sonya-ziaja/5/