Religious Studies

  • Mutombo Nkulu-N’sengha

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God and the Green Divide

September 27, 2016

God and the Green Divide

"God and the Green Divide is a major contribution that explains the racial dynamics of religious environmentalism by focusing on a specific Chicago organization. The result is an insightful analysis that unearths the intersection of religion, race, and environmentalism."—Sylvester Johnson, author of African American Religions, 1500–2000: Colonialism, Democracy, and Freedom Read more

Professor Baugh's research has been featured in THE CONVERSATION

September 2, 2015

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Professor Baugh's research is featured in The Conversation. 

"Numerous studies since the 1980s have shown that environmental racism plays a key role in environmental decision-making. Toxic waste sites, landfills and polluting industries are located disproportionately in minority communities." Read more

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