An in-depth case study on environmental and restorative justice in Delray, Michigan. Delray was a vibrant, immigrant community with rich history and cultural significance that was slowly transformed into an industrial dumping ground. This evolution drove many middle class families out of Delray and into nicer parts of the city, leaving behind only the elderly and the individuals too poor to move away. Exploring the ideas of environmental justice and examining the current research on environmental inequality.
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Second Advisor Department
Environment and Sustainability
Trauth-Jurman, Danielle, "The Story of Delray: A Case Study on Environmental and Restorative Justice in Detroit" (2014). Honors Projects. 124.