By Christopher Niedt
Editor Christopher Niedt and his individuals make clear organizing and clash within the suburbs with historic and modern case stories. Chapters handle topical matters starting from how suburbanites actively fought college segregation to business toxins and displacement alongside the suburban-rural fringe. Social Justice in various Suburbs additionally considers struggles for integration and environmental justice in addition to efforts to maintain suburban historical past and arrange immigrant communities.
Contributors contain: Douglas R. Appler, Aaron Cavin, Nancy A. Denton, Lisa Feldstein, Casey Gallagher, Anne Galletta, Joseph Gibbons, Robert Gioielli, Lucas Owen Kirkpatrick, JoAnna Mitchell-Brown, Manuel Pastor, john a. powell, Jason Reece, Alex Schafran, June Williamson, and the editor.
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