Foreword /Carolyn Merchant African American environmental history: an introduction /Dianne D. Glave, Mark Stoll Slavery and the origins of African American environmentalism /Mart A. Stewart Slave hunting and fishing in the antebellum South /Scott Giltner Rural African American women, gardening, and progressive reform in the South /Dianne D. Glave Turpentine Negro /Cassandra Y. Johnson, Josh McDaniel African Americans, outdoor recreation, and the 1919 Chicago Race Riot /Colin Fisher Women, environmental rationale, and activism during the progressive era /Elizabeth D. Blum Nature and blackness in suburban passage /Christopher Sellers Environmental justice, ecoracism, and environmental history /Martin V. Melosi Identity politics and multiracial coalitions in the environmental justice movement /Eileen M. McGurty Religion and African American environmental activism /Mark Stoll Politicized memories in the struggle for Miami's Virginia Key Beach /Gregory Bush Black environmental liberation theology /Dianne D. Glave Reflections on the purposes and meanings of African American environmental history /Carl Anthony.
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Print version: "To love the wind and the rain" : African Americans and environmental history. Pittsburgh, PA : University of Pittsburgh Press,  xiii, 271 pages ; 24 cm.