Kalfou Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies. Temple University Press: 5 (2): 279-296
This article is based on a paper prepared for the convening of Over the Line: A Conversation about Race, Place, and the Environment, coordinated by In-grid Waldron; it was thus originally delivered in the context of a community of scholars interested and engaged in environmental justice (EJ) as well as anti-racism scholarship and activism. Conversations at the symposium were rich and deep, introducing novel ideas and generating a synergistic energy among those present. While this article builds upon the knowledge, experiences, and perspectives shared at the event, it also aims to introduce a distinct conception of Indigenous environmental justice (IEJ) based on Indigenous legal orders, knowledge systems, and conceptions of justice.
McGregor, Deborah, "Indigenous Environmental Justice, Knowledge and Law" (2018). Articles & Book Chapters. 2901.
This article first appeared in <Kalfou, A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies, 5:2 (2018). pp. 279-296. Reprinted by permission of Temple University Press. © 2018 by the Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved.